For the third time running, Jungheinrich UK has achieved accreditation to the highly prestigious Investors in People standard – a management framework for driving high performance through people.
Investors in People is a national standard that defines best practice for all aspects of developing a company’s employees. Jungheinrich UK first achieved the standard in 2009. To retain accreditation organisations require assessment every three years.
“As a UK organisation serving the needs of UK PLC’s demanding supply chains, we are delighted that Jungheinrich UK has again, for the third time, achieved these exacting standards for the management of our highly valued employees. Jungheinrich’s dedicated workforce is at the heart of the company’s ongoing success We are proud that we can demonstrate to our customers, partners and stakeholders that Jungheinrich UK offers the highest performance through our employees,” says Jan Lorenz, managing director, Jungheinrich UK. “This is a very significant achievement for the whole of the Jungheinrich UK team.”
Lucile Langrish-Smith, Jungheinrich UK’s director of finance and administration says: “Through using the best practice principles set out by Investors in People we have created regular opportunities for staff to discuss their development with their line managers and have identified areas for training against required competencies for the job they are performing. The culture of the organisation is now one where we have confident, productive people.”
Recognised across the world as a mark of excellence, Investors in People was established in 1991 by the UK Government to help organisations get the best from their people. The standards set by Investors in People are at the cutting edge of people management excellence.
Over the last 20 years, Investors in People has helped more than 100,000 businesses around the world improve, using their Accreditation Framework to boost working culture, increase employee engagement and encourage game-changing leadership.