Wythenshawe Community Housing Group (WCHG) is delighted to be shortlisted in four categories at the prestigious lnvestors In People Awards (IIP) 2017.Wythenshawe Community Housing Group (WCHG) is delighted to be shortlisted in four categories at the prestigious lnvestors In People Awards (IIP) 2017.
The Awards celebrate the best people management practices amongst Investors in People accredited businesses, and winners will be announced at a spectacular awards ceremony and dinner at Old Billingsgate, London, on 23rd November 2017.
Wythenshawe Community Housing Group was shortlisted in the following categories
- Excellence in the Third Sector (500+)
- Excellence in Social Responsibility (500+)
- Excellence in Reward and Recognition (500+)
- Apprentice Employer of the year (500+)
WCHG currently accredited as a ‘Gold’ employer, prides itself in meeting the Investors in People Standard and uses it as an ongoing learning framework with its 9 key indicators for an effective people management tool. The accreditation has supported WCHG’s journey of being a competitive successful business with continuous improvement, putting its employees at the heart of everything we do.
WCHG Group Chief Executive Nigel Wilson said, “I’m absolutely delighted that WCHG have been recognised at these prestigious awards. To be shortlisted in 4 different categories is a clear indication of the dedication and hard work of the team here in Wythenshawe and that we invest in our people. Best of luck to all the other nominees and we will have our fingers crossed for the final in November.”
Investors in People is the 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.
Chair of the WCHG Board, Bishop of Manchester The Right Revd Dr David Walker; “Congratulations to all of the organisations that have been shortlisted and best of luck to everyone in the awards ceremony. People Management and development are vital to the success of our organisation and I’m delighted that WCHG have been recognised at a national level.”