Coral Products (Mouldings) Ltd in Haydock have become the first company under the Coral Products PLC umbrella to achieve Investors in people (IIP) status.
To some organisations this is just a ‘tick box’ exercise, but to the team at Coral Products (Mouldings) Ltd it is the result of years of hard work and a determination to drive change.
Stephanie Ingram, Group HR Manager said, ‘Every employee at Coral Products (Mouldings) Ltd should be proud of this achievement.
“The transformation that I have witnessed over the past 2 years has been incredible and is something that will stay with me throughout my career. Driving cultural change is never an easy task and the IIP accreditation is a good demonstration of how far the Company have come in achieving this change
“The IIP report has provided the Coral management team with a foundation in which to build its future success – through the successful leadership and development of its people – and I am so grateful to be a part of it’.
Ande Macpherson, Investors In People Specialist said “It’s clear that the leaders at Coral Products (Mouldings) Ltd have taken a positive approach to how people are led, managed and developed over the past couple of years. The assessment showed that people are engaged and enjoy working for the company
“Organisations that meet the world-recognised Investors in People Standard reflect the very best in people management excellence. Coral Products has successfully achieved accreditation through demonstrating the evidence requirements of the IiP indicators.“
“The business continues to collaborate, invest, train and improve to assure they achieve their goals. Focusing on developing a circular economic business strategy, along with the IIP accreditation, is setting Coral Products (Mouldings) Ltd apart from other competitors.
“They are a plastics company with a conscience, which has been recognised by the IIP accreditation.”