Press Release: Federal Management Awarded Investors In People

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Press Release

Federal Management has been awarded Investors in People accreditation.

Federal Management has recently announced its achievement of the Investors in People Accreditation, following an assessment carried out in January 2012 by an independent assessor. A nationally recognised framework, Investors in People gives people the assurance that they are working for an organisation that cares about improving performance and realising together common objectives through the effective encouragement and development of their people.

The HR Director, Ms Pamela Prescott said: “Achieving Investors in People accreditation is a significant achievement for the company and is a benchmark of how far we have progressed in the way we manage, develop and support our members of staff. I congratulate and thank every member of staff for this achievement and attending interviews with the assessor. I am particularly grateful to many colleagues who share my enthusiasm and aspirations for Investors in People, and are committed to continuous improvement through our main resource: our people. People are the greatest asset of any organisation and gaining IIP status recognises a major investment by our company in the skills and capabilities of our staff.”

Federal Management was established in 2004, which the sole objective of providing the UK’s leading low cost yet highly efficient and professional debt collection service. Constant improvements in their Debt Collection methods and in depth enhancement of internal procedures obtained official recognition in 2009, through the achievement of the ISO9001 accreditation. The empowerment of their people to achieve their individual goals through investment in training and self development has now been recognised with this accreditation.

For more information on Federal Management, please contact our New Business Department on 0844 875 4022


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