Hempsons - Our latest Investors in People Champion
IIP North of England delivered by IDG are delighted to announce that Hempsons have been awarded the prestigious title of Investors in People Champion, acknowledging their commitment to improving performance through people.
As an Investors in People Champion, Hempsons reflect the top 1% of the Investors in People community and see people as the engine of success for a responsible, sustainable and profitable organisation.
They now join the elite group of IIP Champion organisations based across the UK in promoting and supporting Investors in People through best practice activities, offering insight, expertise and credibility in the realm of people management.
By achieving Champion status, Hempsons is committed to sharing their organisation’s story and the benefits of IIP, encouraging good practice in people management and supporting continuous improvement.
As a Champion organisation Hempsons will work in partnership with Investors in People as a proactive brand ambassador. Hempsons believe passionately in IIP’s mission and objectives and as Specialists in the Health Sector they are committed to providing insight and thought leadership to the sector.
Steve Burrows, Managing Director of IIP North of England said:
"This is a fantastic achievement and acknowledgement of the excellent people management practice that exists in Hempsons and I would like to congratulate the team on their commitment to continuous improvement leading to their Champion status.
"At Investors in People North of England, we believe that good people make a great business and as a proven organisational development framework, Investors in People is designed to help organisations and their people realise their potential, enhance performance and meet goals.
"By becoming a Champion Hempsons is certainly working to do this and committed to helping other organisations realise the same benefits through their experiences. We are excited to be working with Hempsons to support the both the Health Sector and wider business population."