UV disinfection specialist Hanovia is delighted to have received Investors in People (IIP) accreditation, demonstrating the company’s commitment to realising the potential of its staff.
To secure the accreditation, evidence was gathered and assessed via employee interviews carried out by an IIP assessor. Hanovia joins an exclusive group of UK employers eligible to use the sought-after IIP logo and enjoy the benefits it offers.
Commenting on the award, John Ryan, Hanovia’s Managing Director, said:
I’m absolutely delighted with this achievement – it’s a real testament to the staff that their efforts have been recognised in this way. Hanovia is a growing company and we recognised that we can’t achieve our growth objectives without investing in our people. IIP offers a tried and tested approach to guide us through our growing pains and we are confident that it will help us to make Hanovia an even better place to work.
This accreditation is the sign of an organisation which is committed to good people management practice. However, it’s not about getting an award – we want to keep investing in our staff until we achieve Platinum status. This is just the start.
At the official presentation of the award, Margaret Faulkner from Investors in People, who carried out the employee interviews, commented:
It’s wonderful to see a senior management team so committed to its employees. John and his team clearly want to make Hanovia the best company it can be by helping each employee be the best they can be.
Investors in People is the UK’s leading accreditation body for business improvement through people management, providing a wealth of resources for businesses to innovate, improve and grow.