Hunt & Coombs are Investors In People

(Pictured with the award - Tracey Thorpe, Training Co-ordinator and IIP Champion)

Hunt & Coombs Solicitors are proud to announce their 16th year of re-accreditation of The Investors in People standard, with the additional achievement of the prestigious Bronze award!

Hunt & Coombs Solicitors have been a recognized Investor in People since 1997. The framework is based on three key principles; to plan, to do and to review. This helps focus on achieving objectives and transforming performance through people. There are 39 evidence requirements to meet for the core standard - achieving Bronze meant an additional 26 evidence requirements. Hunt & Coombs were shown to have met these in a number of areas including:

  • Work life balance; offering job sharing and flexible working,
  • Promoting equality and managing diversity in the workplace,
  • Introducing reward and recognition schemes for contributing to business development,
  • Improvements to communication as a whole and working on management competencies,

Senior Director Denis White commented of the award:


‘Obtaining the Bronze award is great achievement and one that demonstrates our continuous commitment to our
people by going above and beyond the usual requirements. From signing up to the Law Society’s Diversity and Inclusion Charter, to introducing a Communications Framework, we strongly believe in the importance of the IIP award and the positive effect this has on staff. We strive to improve year on year and receiving bronze status is an acknowledgement that the entire firm should be proud of’

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This article has been prepared for general interest and information purposes only; it does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied on as such. While all possible care has been taken in the preparation of this article, no responsibility for the accuracy and/or correctness of the information and commentary set out in the article, or for any consequences of relying on it, is assumed or accepted by the firm or the authors.