Our Gold Investors in People award could not have been announced on a better day! The award handover took place during our Employee Ownership Day (EO Day) barbeque celebrations.
Bonnie Clark, CEO of Remarkable (formerly Investors in People Scotland) presented the award under our company name, Computer Application Services (CAS). We were also delighted to be joined by Sarah Deas, CEO of Co-operative Development Scotland, who has been instrumental to our employee ownership journey.
By achieving the accolade, CAS has joined a small group of businesses judged as deserving the Gold Investors in People award.
The team develops Workpro case management software for managing all manner of complaints, information requests and HR case work.
Ken Naismith, CAS Chief Executive, says: “We take great pride in our workforce here at CAS. It’s a cliché but the people make the company. We are very fortunate to have talented and motivated CAStodians, the term we use to describe the company’s employee-owners.
“We are a strong team and we work hard to make sure the workplace at CAS is a positive, supportive and successful environment, pulling together to move forward in times of great change. We are delighted to have achieved the Gold award under IIP’s new assessment structure which has been substantially refreshed to keep it current and relevant.”
Investors in People is an international people management standard, launched in 1991.
In September 2015, Investors in People launched the sixth generation standard. It focuses on three key areas: leading, supporting and improving. Within these sit nine performance indicators based on the features of organisations that consistently outperform industry norms.
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