Whale’s high performance through people recognized
as the company receives ‘Investors in People’ Accreditation
Whale has been recognised for excellence in leadership and management to realise and maximise the value of their people through Investors in People accreditation.
Investors in People is the international standard for people management, defining what it takes to lead, support and manage people effectively to achieve sustainable results. Underpinning the Standard is the Investors in People framework, reflecting the latest workplace trends, essential skills and effective structures required to outperform in any industry. Working with clients across the globe, Investors in People enables organisations to benchmark against the best in the business on an international scale.
Paul Devoy, Head of Investors in People, said:
“We’d like to congratulate Whale. Investors in People accreditation is the sign of a great employer, and an organisation committed to achieving success by realising the potential of their people. Whale should be extremely proud of their achievement.”
Commenting on the award , Whale’s Managing Director, Patrick Roberts said:
‘We are delighted that Whale has again been recognized by Investors in People. It is great to receive such positive feedback on how we support and aim to maximize the potential of every member of our team. It is the continued development of our individuals and teams that is at the core of our business and supports our growth strategy.’
Tom Powell Divisional VP HR Mercury P&A added:
'We are extremely proud of our Whale team and this achievement. The team continues to be a great example of the link between high performing teams and outstanding business results.'
The company was independently assessed against the Standard’s indicators and themes using surveys and interviews with the employees, meetings and observations. The assessment provides valuable feedback to support planning around people management and development to continue to enhance the business.
Well done Team Whale !