Investors in People – Silver Accreditation

Oakwood International has been awarded silver accreditation against the Investors in People Standard, demonstrating their commitment to high performance through good people management.

This prestigious award recognises outstanding management, communication and training within businesses and organisations. From the thousands that seek Investors in People accreditation, only 5% gain the coveted Silver Status.


Paul Devoy, Head of Investors in People, said: “We’d like to congratulate Oakwood International, Investors in People accreditation is the sign of a great employer, an outperforming place to work and a clear commitment to success. Oakwood should be extremely proud of their achievement.” 


Commenting on the award, Emily Carroll, Project Director said: “We are absolutely delighted and incredibly proud to receive the silver IIP award. It is a credit to the whole Oakwood Team. We have been thrilled to celebrate this wonderful achievement together.”


About Investors in People

 

Investors in People is the Standard for people management. The International People Management Standard defines what it takes to lead, support and manage people well for sustainable results.

 

With a community of 14,000 organisations across 75 countries, successful accreditation against the Standard is the sign of a great employer, an outperforming place to work and a clear commitment to sustained success.

 

Based on a tried and tested framework and a rigorous process of assessment, organisations that meet the Investors in People Standard proudly display their accreditation to the world because they understand that it’s people that make the difference.


Please contact Oakwood to discuss how our CIPD qualification programmes can help you and your organisation.  We are also very happy to discuss consultancy or bespoke programmes to help your HR, L&D and senior management teams.


You can email us at: info@oakwooddubai.ae or call on +971 4 359 9020.


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