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First Charity In Jersey To Achieve Investors In People Gold Standard

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Posted on 12/10/15

Silkworth Charity Group are the first charity in Jersey to achieve the Investors In People ( IIP) prestige Gold award. The accredited status represents the commitment and drive from their employees with continuous development, delivering the best practice to their clients.

In order to secure the accreditation, evidence was gathered and assessed via employee interviews carried out by an IIP assessor according to the IIP framework

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Jason Wyse – CEO of the charity group said “ To reach the Gold status is testament to the hard work and commitment of the Trustees and Staff of Silkworth Lodge. Our organisation is only as good as the people that work in it and without them we would not be the centre of excellence that we are, therefore by valueing our people, we get the best results for all involved with the charity. “

Jackie Barette – Jerseys Investors in People Delivery Partner commented , “ I would like to congratulate Silkworth Lodge for their tenacity in working with the standard and ensuring such a fantastic achievement. Achieving Gold additional accreditation represents achievement of world class best practice and shows Silkworth Charity Group are a truly leading edge organisation operation at the highest levels of people management practice.

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