Bryson Charitable Group (as a whole) was accredited an Investor in People in 2008 - this involved each busines unit being assessed against the standard, and a strategic overview which looked at IiP from a Group perspective.
Bryson has been working with the Investors in People (IiP) standard since 1997. The IiP framework makes sure new and established staff can develop their skills, ensuring they have the right ‘tools’ for the job. It also makes sure they are involved in the continuous improvement of the business, and shows that the organisation is committed not only to its service users but to its employees as well.
IiP is based on the three key principles of Plan, Do and Review and there are 10 indicators you have to meet. The diagram below displays this.
Additional individual IiP holders within Bryson Charitable Group:
Bryson Charitable Group (includes Social Services, Corporate Services, MCRC) - reaccredited 2008
Partnership Care West - reaccredited 2008
Bryson Recycling - reaccredited 2008
NI Energy Agency - recognised 2008
North City Training - Assessment against Profile 2007