Kallidus, the leading provider of learning and talent management solutions, has achieved the prestigious Investors in People (IiP) accreditation.
IiP is the UK's leading people management standard and helps organisations to improve business performance through their people. For Kallidus, the accolade represents a commitment to the development of its employees and demonstrates a strong foundation of good practice to clients.
In order to secure the accreditation, evidence was gathered and assessed via employee interviews carried out by an IiP assessor. Kallidus joins an exclusive group of UK employers eligible to use the sought after IiP logo and enjoy the benefits it offers.
Commenting on the award, Carole Laithwaite, Chief Operations Officer at Kallidus said:
“Investors in People accreditation is a major boost to Kallidus and recognises the focus and professionalism of our talented and committed team. We are looking forward to further building on our core strengths to ensure the continuing development and improvement of our business.”
Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus added:
“This is a great achievement for the whole of Kallidus and demonstrates our commitment to continuous improvement. The accreditation not only helps to sharpen our competitive edge but will provide us with a strong framework for best practice and achieving our ambitious goals for the business moving forwards.”
“The Kallidus mission is to help organisations develop their talent and therefore Investors in People accreditation clearly demonstrates that we too are committed to maximising our performance by investing in our people,” added Rob.
IiP offers a practical, flexible and easy to use framework for improving business productivity, performance and competitiveness in organisations of all types and sizes through good practice in people management. An organisation that has achieved IiP accreditation has been successful in adopting and maintaining the fundamental principles set out in the framework. The UK Commission for Employment and Skills has strategic ownership of the IiP framework. IiP is part of the UK Commission’s ambition to improve skills, employment and productivity across the UK.