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Redmayne-Bentley's commitment to the development of our staff has been acknowledged with the re-accreditation of the Investors in People Standard.
Redmayne-Bentley celebrates a successful three year re-accreditation.
The Investors in People Standard represents a firm's true commitment to its employees and demonstrates a solid foundation of good systems and procedures for all staff in relation to their training and performance. The Investors in People framework consists of ten indicators covering aspects such as business planning, leadership, management effectiveness and performance management. Achieving the standard shows that a firm is operating at the very highest levels of people management practice and it recognises its commitment to developing its employees.
In April, 2014 Redmayne-Bentley was successful to receive re-accreditation, having met the standard since it first applied in 2005.
Commenting on the award, the Assessor, Mark Wem, said "It was a pleasure to have conducted and re-affirm the firm's three year re-accreditation to the Investors in People Standard. To maintain as well as develop aspects of people management at a time of adapting to changes in legislation and regulation is not without its challenges. However, I am delighted that the firm continues to invest in its people aligning all potential areas for development within its core business planning processes."
Judith Ullock, Training Manager said "We are very proud of the award. Redmayne-Bentley continues to demonstrate real commitment to the development of its staff - we do our very best to provide all the support and training they need to carry out their roles."