Muse recognised for decade of gold-standard culture

15.05.24 4 min read by Jill O'Grady, Head of HR

We have retained our ‘Gold’ accreditation from Investors in People (IIP), one of the leading global standards for people management, for the 10th year. For a decade, we have been recognised as having one of the world’s best workplace cultures.

IIP is an internationally recognised organisation that has been dedicated to ‘making work better’ for more than 30 years. Its work supports leaders, employees, and companies to collaborate to create effective, positive, and thriving working environments.

We sit within just 28% of purpose-driven organisations from across the globe which have been awarded an impressive ‘Gold’ accreditation. This is assessed against Investors in People’s We Invest in People framework, which measures how an organisation leads, supports, and develops their employees.

With the accreditation lasting for three years, we have achieved the remarkable feat of successfully achieving the standard for a decade.

For us, retaining the ‘Gold’ accreditation not only reflects our commitment to creating a positive workplace culture where our teams can thrive, but also how our commitment has been brought to life by championing our people across all roles and levels of the business.

Benchmarking higher than other comparable organisations in our sector and against the IIP average, we have been successful in establishing, and demonstrating, the Muse Way. This approach is not only reflected in our workplace, but in our partnerships across our regions and places.

As a result, we are continuing to thrive as a nationwide placemaker. We are delivering successful places, with an emphasis on sustainability, community, and quality, across the country.

 

Jill O'Grady
Jill O'Grady, Head of HR

Jill O’Grady, Head of HR at Muse, said:

Retaining our Investors in People ‘Gold’ accreditation for the 10th year, is testament our people, processes, and approach.”

“The Muse Way is embedded across everything we do both internally and externally. The approach is reflected in our culture which strives to empower, support, and include everyone as we deliver positive change within communities across the country.

Despite being recognised for our culture for a decade, we know we can’t stand still. We will continue to improve where we can and deliver for our people, and the places in which we operate.”

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