First Choice Conference and Events achieves Silver Investors in People status
- Category: Awards
- Created on Thursday, 10 May 2012 15:10
First Choice Conference and Events achieves Silver Investors in People statusAlthough they are a small company of 8, First Choice Conference and Events have big values and ambitions which have set them apart from their competitors since 1995. After winning the ‘Agency of the Year’ award for the second year running at The Hotel Booking Agency Association (HBAA) Annual Forum last September, the team at First Choice Conference and Events go from strength to strength and continue to celebrate. They have proudly achieved a Silver Investors in People (IIP) accreditation.
An IIP assessor visited the offices of First Choice Conference and Events several times and interviewed each member of the team within First Choice Conference and Events to understand the people processes that are in place and how they are put into practice. Organisations that have IIP recognition are more likely to achieve their goals, have better levels of employee engagement as well as better levels of productivity and financial performance.
Managing Director Penny Banyard said: 'To be awarded Silver for our assessment was such a great achievement and I am personally thrilled; the team are a real credit to the business. As this was our first assessment we were very proud to be accredited with a Silver Award, especially as we had originally aimed to achieve the Bronze!'
First Choice Conference and Events will continue to use the IIP principles to provide focus and attention to detail in all of the services they offer to their clients.
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