The Wokingham Paper

Wokingham business is top one percent of firms to receive prestigious accreditation.

Berkshire Consultancy with IIP accreditation certificate.
Berkshire Consultancy with IIP accreditation certificate.

A Wokingham-based management consultancy company has received accreditation from the  Investors in People (IIP) Standard for commitment to its people. 

Berkshire Consultancy Ltd (BCL)- which has improved people’s experience of work for over 25 years -is committed to transferring knowledge, skills and best practice to make a real difference in organisations. 

The local company also believes it has made a lasting impact on the borough and takes pride in developing their staff to the best of their ability, recently demonstrated by its new IIP Platinum accreditation status. 

Head of Investors in People, Paul Devoy said: “We’d like to congratulate Berkshire Consultancy Ltd, Investors in People accreditation is the sign of a great employer, and an organisation committed to achieving success by realising the potential of their people. 

“Berkshire Consultancy Ltd should be extremely proud of their achievement.” 

IIP is the international standard for people management and responsible for defining what it takes to lead, support and manage people effectively to achieve sustainable results. Working with clients across the globe and analysing the latest workplace trends, essential skills and effective structures, IIP enables organisations to benchmark against the best in the business on an international scale.

Commenting on the award, MD at Berkshire Consultancy, Mike Robinson, said: “The whole team and our Associate community are delighted to gain such a prestigious award, which is only obtained by 1% of IIP recognised organisations. 

“It reflects the hard work everyone has put in to making our business not just a great place to work, but a great place to grow.”

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