Pure (Pure Resourcing Solutions) has been awarded the IiP Gold standard, and has been praised for being a ‘great employer and an outperforming place to work’.
Investors in People (IiP) is an internationally-recognised framework which helps organisations to improve their performance and realise their objectives through the effective management and development of their people.
This prestigious award is described by IiP as an achievement of ‘world class best practice’ and is only given to organisations which can demonstrate excellence in developing and supporting staff to achieve high performance. The IiP award is held by 15,000 organisations across 75 countries in the world and the Gold award is only held by 3% of these companies.
The IiP assessors praised Pure for its vision and culture, social responsibility and creation of a committed workforce which is proud to represent the company.
Gill Buchanan, Director at Pure Resourcing Solutions, said: “We already hold the Silver IiP accreditation and we’re now extremely proud to have been awarded the Gold standard following the latest assessment. It’s a highly desirable accreditation for businesses to hold and an excellent, external acknowledgement of how we are successfully implementing our company values, which are all based around making Pure a rewarding and positive place to work.”
Organisations are only awarded with the IiP Gold standard following assessments in all aspects of people development, communications and engagement. The process includes confidential, extensive interviews with a third of the company over 165 different evidence requirements.
Lynn Walters, Director at Pure Resourcing Solutions, added: “We’re proud to continually support and celebrate other local employers who demonstrate outstanding levels of employee engagement through our Best Employers Eastern Region initiative. So it’s very rewarding to also receive our own accreditation, judged by independent assessors, in recognition of our own company’s commitment and passion to ensuring all our team is fully engaged.”