AESSEAL® has retained the Investors in People Standard for the 20th consecutive year.
Investors in People is the UK's leading accreditation for business improvement through people management, and provides a wealth of resources for businesses to innovate, improve and grow, with a focus on good people making great business.
AESSEAL® based in Rotherham, employs over 300 employees at its Rotherham headquarters and employs over 1,600 employees globally. Operating out of 77 locations in 37 countries, 2014 saw AESSEAL® celebrate its 31st consecutive year of sales and profit growth.
A major driving force behind this growth has been a commitment to investing in the people at AESSEAL®. Heavy investment in apprenticeship and career-development programmes along with comprehensive training for all employees is vital for AESSEAL® to deliver on its customer service ethos – of delivering such exceptional service that customers need never seek another source of supply.
Paul Devoy, Head of Investors in People, said: “Achieving the Investors in People Standard is something that any organisation should be truly proud of. Working with Investors in People inspires and enables leaders, managers and employees at all levels to build their skills, improve their performance and achieve their potential. We’d like to congratulate AESSEAL on their 20th year of achieving the investors in people standard.”
We have a lot to be proud of at AESSEAL and to continue to retain the Investors in People Standard for 20 years is something all employees should be proud of
The report praised the customer service ethos within AESSEAL® and how it was apparent that excelling in customer service was ingrained in the make-up of all employees. The report also noted that AESSEAL® promotes a sense of ownership and all employees are empowered to make decisions.
Donna Cannon, HR Manager at AESSEAL® Rotherham, said: “We have a lot to be proud of at AESSEAL and to continue to retain the Investors in People Standard for 20 years is something all employees should be proud of. The key challenge for the organisation now is to acknowledge and embrace the suggestions for future development to ensure we continually develop.”