Investors in People accreditation for Newry and Mourne Citizens Advice Bureau

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Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
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Newry and Mourne Citizens Advice, based in Newry and employing six people, is among 31 Northern Ireland organisations celebrating being awarded with the prestigious Investors in People (IiP) accreditation. Minister for Employment and Learning Dr Stephen Farry congratulated those receiving the business award at a celebration event held in Hillsborough Castle. The Minister said, “Today’s event celebrates a diverse range of businesses from the private, public and voluntary sectors reflecting a cross section of NI employers who recognise the business benefits of Investors in People. “It is an encouraging sign for our local economy that so many organisations, particularly small to medium-sized enterprises, continue to work with IiP to make significant business improvements. “It is clear that regardless of size, sector or location, Investors in People presents all your organisations with the opportunity to improve performance.” Investors in People has long been acknowledged as the most successful framework for business improvement through people. It helps organisations of every size, sector and location to compete and succeed through improved people performance. The approach to its delivery has recently changed, becoming more tailored to individual business needs, with no longer a requirement for a paper trail. The framework has also been extended to provide stretch for all businesses, who can now work towards achieving the core Standard or the recently added Bronze, Silver and Gold levels. SJC Hutchinson Ltd, along with Newry and Mourne Citizens Advice Bureau achieved bronze level, whilst mobile phone franchisee LordWardens Consultancy Ltd achieved silver level.

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