Turning Point Scotland Achieves Investors In People Platinum Accreditation!
Turning Point Scotland, Scotland’s leading Social Care developer and provider, has successfully achieved the prestigious Investors in People Platinum Accreditation.
Investors in People is recognised internationally as a leading people accreditation. With more than 10,000 organisations having achieved IIP accreditation worldwide, Turning Point Scotland is among the 2% of organisations to achieve platinum status; a terrific triumph, demonstrating its commitment to its people.
Commenting on the award, Neil Richardson, Chief Executive, Turning Point Scotland said:
“Facing both new and existing challenges within the social care sector and the world as a whole, Turning Point Scotland has not only maintained but enhanced our investment in people. Through our people first ethos, we have developed an engaging and inclusive workplace culture which nurtures a sense of belonging and value supporting staff to operate positively and reach their professional aspirations. We are delighted to have achieved the IIP Platinum Accreditation and as we celebrate, we will also be looking for our next opportunity to better ourselves yet again.”
Bonnie Clarke, Interim Chief Executive of Remarkable, the organisation licensed to deliver Investors in People in Scotland, said,
“This is a fantastic achievement for Turning Point Scotland, congratulations! Investors in People recognises organisations who are truly committed to their people, continuous improvement and customer service.”
Turning Point Scotland specialises in supporting people facing the most complex and challenging situations. From homelessness, learning disability and autism, to mental health, problematic alcohol and/or other drug use and involvement in the criminal justice system; Turning Point Scotland pioneer through partnership to transform lives and aspirations while supporting people to build community and be active citizens within it. Because people matter.