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Firm is recognised for investing in people

ALL SMILES: Left to right, John Shimmin MHK, minister for the Department of Economic Development, Clive Dixon, senior partner in Moore Stephens Isle of Man, Lynsey Clague, HR executive in Moore Stephens and Laurence Skelly, political member for the Department of Economic Development

ALL SMILES: Left to right, John Shimmin MHK, minister for the Department of Economic Development, Clive Dixon, senior partner in Moore Stephens Isle of Man, Lynsey Clague, HR executive in Moore Stephens and Laurence Skelly, political member for the Department of Economic Development

MOORE Stephens Isle of Man has received reaccreditation of its Investors in People status following its last review in 2009.

‘We are really proud of this; not only does it highlight our strong training culture in helping members of our team develop and gain professional qualifications but it also confirms our commitment to our greatest asset, our people’, said Clive Dixon, senior partner in Moore Stephens Isle of Man,

‘It is important for us to build on this accolade and continue investing in our staff and in return enhance the productivity and growth of the business.’

Investors in People are the leading management standard specialising in transforming business performance through its people.

At its heart, Investors in People is about determining the right strategy, getting staff on board, enhancing management practices and evaluating what is working and/or requires further improvement.

‘This is a great achievement for Moore Stephens Isle of Man’, said Economic Development Minister John Shimmin MHK, “Investors in People status is strongly encouraged by the Department of Economic Development and Moore Stephens is to be congratulated in demonstrating its effectiveness in promoting continuous improvement within its organisations.’

 
 
 

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