Leading employer is a cut above the rest

23 January 2015

ENTERPRISE4ALL has achieved the highest world class standard, Gold IiP status as part of the recent assessment of their Investors in People award It places them in the top four per cent of all IiP-accredited organisations globally.

The Mayor of Blackburn with Darwen Councillor Alan Cottam presented the award to the team award at their free business event.

Investors in People is the most successful framework for business improvement through people management globally. It provides a wealth of resources for businesses to innovate, improve and grow, with a focus on good people making great business.

Gold is the highest level of recognition which organisations can achieve and is only given to those that are able to demonstrate a degree of excellence in the way they develop and support their staff.
This year’s assessment involved an independent IiP assessor interviewing a random selection of team members from across Enterprise4All. All aspects of team engagement, business planning processes, training and development plans and Enterprise4All polices were assessed against a set of criteria.

With activities such as staff development days, an annual conference, flexible working hours and competitive reward packages Enterprise4All are firmly committed to being a leading employer.

Chief Executive Rafik Adam said, “We drive a competitive and network culture where recognition and transparency are important drivers. We innovate and encourage everyone to challenge the existing and come up with suggestions for improvement at all levels.”

Enterprise4All is an independent source of business advice and business support services in the Lancashire sub-region. Their aim is to provide business support services to help businesses in Lancashire start, grow and become more successful

Enterprise4All (North West) Ltd
Suite 408, 4th Floor
Daisyfield Business Centre
Appleby St
Tel: 01254 693 999

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Sajid Mahmud- Marketing & Projects Co-Ordinator
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