Faithful+Gould Recognised as 'Investors In People' for 15 Years

Jo Robson
Faithful+Gould has received the prestigious Long Service Award in recognition for 15 years of continuous accreditation with Investors In People (IIP).

Mark Donlan, human resources business partner, accepted the accolade on behalf of Faithful+Gould at the International IIP Awards 2016, which took place on Wednesday 29th June. Hosted at Old Billingsgate, the Victorian Grade II Listed former famous fish market, the Awards recognised employers who put their people at the heart of their organisation.

The Team Collect the IIP Long Service Award

Jon Sealy, managing director - UK & Europe, said: "We are extremely proud to have been recognised for our commitment to IIP. Our people are at the core of our success; we believe in nurturing and developing them to reach their potential, which is why we are able to attract and retain the best talent in the industry – so to receive this award, which defines what it takes to lead, support and manage people for sustained success, is an honour."

"We are extremely proud to have been recognised for our commitment to IIP. Our people are at the core of our success; we believe in nurturing and developing them to reach their potential...

Jon Sealy, Faithful+Gould Managing Director - UK & Europe

In addition, we were shortlisted for the Excellence in Reward & Recognition Award, which acknowledges organisations' demonstrable commitment to their people, underpinned by an exceptional employee recognition strategy. Our Employee Empowerment initiative, which enables us to connect more effectively with clients, prospects and candidates through the encouragement of content creation, was the base of our shortlisted submission.

The judges said of the initiative: "This is a very innovative, interesting scheme, with a strong business case and an impressive element of empowering the employee with personalised, transparent contributions to web content. The description of how the scheme motivates employees in a number of different ways regardless of seniority is particularly commendable."

Mark Donlan added: "Out of 340 applicants worldwide, we were the only construction consultancy shortlisted for these globally esteemed awards, which is a truly amazing achievement and testament to our continuous strive for improvement in fostering a culture of reward and recognition at all levels of our organisation."