Prestigious accolade places recruitment specialists in top 1% for people management

8 months ago by Gillian Williamson
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Head Resourcing and Head Medical, part of the Taranata Group, have secured an Investors in People Platinum Accreditation for 2021 – 2024, putting them in the top 1% of Investors in People UK organisations.

Investors in People has developed an accreditation process to help leaders, employees, and companies work together to create a highly effective environment. Setting the standard for people management, Investors in People is one of the most widely recognised and respected accreditations for businesses across the globe.

Head Medical, which matches medical professionals to roles internationally and IT, digital and business change recruitment specialists Head Resourcing, have maintained their joint Platinum status for a second time, having held the award since 2018.

The Investors in People assessment includes a detailed colleague survey and one to one employee interviews with an independent IIP assessor. To achieve the top accolade of Platinum recognition, organisations must score as ‘Leading’ in at least seven of the nine areas measured.

Key themes from the assessment found both Head Medical and Head Resourcing are trusted and valued employers with colleagues feeling proud to be part of the organisation. The report also credited the internal support and genuine care shown across the business with additional training and initiatives encouraged to support personal and professional development.

Sarah Prasad, Senior HR Business Partner, said: “This award is a tremendous achievement for Head Resourcing and Head Medical, especially considering the challenging landscape of the past 18 months.

“It demonstrates that we genuinely care about our colleagues as human beings, not just as the talented employees they are, and it recognises the hard work and dedication of everyone in our business.”

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