Sheffield-based contractor and developer, JF Finnegan, has been awarded the Investors in People Standard, demonstrating its commitment to realising the potential of its people.
As one of South Yorkshire’s most respected firms, JF Finnegan has a strong reputation for its commitment to employee training and progression, with exceptionally high staff retention levels.
Investors in People is the UK’s leading accreditation for business improvement through people management, and provides a wealth of resources for businesses to innovate, improve and grow, with a focus on good people making great business.
Paul Devoy, Head of Investors in People, said: “Achieving the Investors in People Standard is something that any organisation should be truly proud of. Working with Investors in People inspires and enables leaders, managers and employees at all levels to build their skills, improve their performance and achieve their potential. We’d like to congratulate JF Finnegan on its achievement.”
Steve Burrows, Managing Director of Investors in People North of England said:
“This is a fantastic achievement for JF Finnegan and I would like to congratulate the team on its success. We believe that good people make a great business and as a proven organisational development framework, Investors in People is designed to help organisations and their people to realise potential, enhance performance and meet goals. With their accreditation success, JF Finnegan is certainly working to realise its people potential.”
Commenting on the award, Gary Smith Managing Director of JF Finnegan, said:“As a company, JF Finnegan has always prided itself on its commitment to its staff, with a real focus on training and progression. This accreditation is in recognition of every member of the JF Finnegan team and we are proud to have been awarded this accolade.”
The recognition follows the recent completion of the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge by JF Finnegan Chief Surveyor Paul Ballantyne who, along with 7 friends, raised over £1000 for Sheffield Children’s Hospital’s Treetop House family accommodation centre which Paul himself used following his daughter’s admission to hospital in 2010. The team walked 25 miles over three of Yorkshire’s toughest peaks to raise money for the worthwhile cause which helps around 300 families each year while their children are receiving hospital treatment.