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Engaging with Investors in People - Norwich

Investors in People accredited organisations are more profitable, sustainable and optimistic about the future. Understanding performance drives success. Making the right investments in your people is the smart choice.

Red Carnation Hotels

The Red Carnation Hotels are a family-run, boutique hotel business in the UK, Ireland, South Africa, Switzerland and the USA. They have been IIP Gold accredited for 10 years. 

Achieving IIP has given them structure in how they get the best out of their most important asset, their people.  It has also helped them ensure they are getting the right people through the right training courses and the right learning and development. 

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Currency UK

Currency UK are a leading foreign exchange and payment provider. The IIP process has significantly increased staff engagement, and they believe that an estimated 5% of the 44% organic growth they have seen in the last financial year is attributable to their accreditation with IIP.

"Investors in People is an essential accreditation for any organisation wishing to grow their business, no matter the size; great and happy employees are at the heart of any successful company."

Paul Crimp
Managing Director



Regard has always been proud of the high calibre work force that it employs and fully acknowledges that their people are their greatest asset. Regard’s continued investment in its highly skilled and trained workforce has contributed to their position as a market sector leader. 

SteppingStones Recruitment, Cayman

SteppingStones are always looking for ways to outperform in their industry and they wanted to benchmark themselves on a global basis. Investing in their people is not a question, but it is an absolute necessity. The Stepping Stones culture is all about continual improvement and continual development.

‘One of the main things we learnt from Investors in People was that everything we do, we need to measure it – you can invest a lot of money in training and development but unless you measure it you really have no idea or understanding of the value.’

83% of women think gender discrimination exists in the workplace

•    8 in 10 of women (83%) in full time employment believe gender discrimination is still present in the workplace.
•    Almost half of women (45%) think they have personally experienced discrimination in the workplace because of their gender.
•    The good news is that statistics have dropped by 5% since our poll in 2015, although it is clear there is still a long way to go. 

Creating Inclusive and Diverse Workplaces

'83% of women think gender discrimination exists at work.'

 Findings in this report highlight key areas for focus when it comes to moving towards gender equality in the workplace.


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