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Since our last assessment in 2016, we have improved our Investors in People rating from bronze to gold; a standard which remains challenging and aspirational for many organisations.

This announcement follows a sustained period of growth and our most successful financial year to date, posting record revenue, profits and newly recruited staff.

IIP assessor, John Walden, noted that “people referred to ambitions and objectives that relate to expansion, continuous improvement of the services provided to clients and financial stability.”

He also noted that “the ambition, plans and performance objectives at Flint Bishop are supported through an environment of continuous learning and staff engagement” and that “staff are very much encouraged to be involved when decisions at all levels need to be made.”

Holly Dixon, Head of Human Resources, commented on the achievement:

“It is fantastic to see our Investors in People rating grow from bronze to gold in just three years and is testament to the firm’s ongoing commitment to developing and taking care of our people. Success and teamwork are at the heart of what we do and so we will use the knowledge gained from the IIP assessment to continue to invest in our long-term employee engagement strategy.”

Qamer Ghafoor, Chief Executive, added:

“We are delighted to have been recognised by Investors in People and handed the gold award. It is pleasing to see that values, actions and behaviours demonstrated by the management team are reflected by the staff to deliver an excellent service to our clients. I would like to thank all those members staff who participated in the interviews, for their open, honest and forthright input, demonstrating that the culture required to be an Investors in People gold organisation is in place.”

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