We are delighted to have retained our Investor in People standard. The report we received was very complimentary, as you can see from the extract below.
“The Company seems to have an increased level of intellectual maturity, which is reflected in people’s understanding of PTP’s Goals and how people can work together to see them fulfilled. The feedback about communication, performance management and team working was particularly strong. The clarity that people have about the business, the world in which it operates and their own contribution to success is especially notable at a time when there is more change and turmoil facing the training and development sector than ever before.
It is to everyone’s credit that Performance Through People has maintained the Investors in People accreditation and in such an impressive manner.
Huge congratulations to everyone for their part in this success. If it were possible, I would recommend that PTP present itself a WOW award, whether this is red, blue or green, for this fantastic achievement!”
Here are a selection of staff comments from the report.
“I’ve had fantastic support from the very first time I spoke to my Manager. I’ve had loads of thumbs up and moral support.”
“Any training you ask for you can go on it, or someone in the Company will show you. There’s no point having information in the Company if you’re not going to share it.”
“Performance Management is very constructive and the feedback is helpful. It’s well organised.”
“I’ve grown over time; I keep learning new tasks and keep asking for more.”
“It feels like a bit of a family. We all look after everyone and there’s an enjoyable atmosphere. We work hard but we enjoy ourselves as well.”
“The profitability of the Company is directly affected by your relationship with the employer. You keep up to date and keep things fresh with that person. You are encouraged to develop to help the learner, the sector and you.”
“Our key asset is our staff. We process a high volume of claims on a monthly basis and we couldn’t do that without their flexibility and skills.”