Mackley has seen its ‘dedication and ongoing commitment’ to its employees recognised through Silver level accreditation awarded by Investors in People (IIP).
Previously at Bronze level, Mackley has seen its accreditation raised following a new assessment in which the company was praised for the way it has embraced significant change and growth in recent years.
Since 1991 IIP has set the standard for better people management. Its accreditation scheme measures companies against the Investors in People Standard and defines what it takes to ‘lead, support and manage people well for sustainable results’.
Based on 25 years of leading practice, the IIP Standard is underpinned by a rigorous assessment methodology and framework which reflects the latest workplace trends, essential skills and effective structures required to outperform in any industry.
The IIP assessors’ report praises Mackley for its ‘undeniable culture of empowerment’, leadership and focus on developing the team in line with the company’s ambitions.
Julie Price, Investors in People Practitioner, wrote: “Everyone should feel extremely proud of this achievement as it is through the dedication and ongoing commitment of the teams that this outcome has been confirmed.
“It is clear to see that over the last couple of years everyone has been focused on maintaining and growing the business through the significant amount of change there has been. Everyone has embraced these changes.”
Julie Price continued: “There is an undeniable culture of empowerment throughout the company, and your commitment to continually improving how to deliver your service has resulted in a team of people that are confident to take ownership and responsibility for the work that they do.”
28 April 2016