NATIONAL law firm Roythornes Solicitors has been awarded the Gold accreditation from Investors in People for its great workplace culture.

People management firm, Investors in People, assesses how an organisation is performing against its ‘we invest in people’ framework and advises businesses on how to improve workplace culture in areas such as employee engagement, communication, organisational culture and work practices.

The Gold accreditation celebrates businesses that lead, support and develop their people and make work a better place to be.

Roythornes has an established reputation for serving businesses and individuals for more than 85 years, dealing with clients going through difficult personal experiences to national businesses growing and thriving.

Gillian Nash-Kennell, HR director at Roythornes, said: “We are thrilled to be awarded the Gold accreditation from Investors in People. This is a team effort, and we pride ourselves on working collaboratively to achieve great results, both for our clients and the organisation.

Paul Devoy, CEO of Investors in People, said: “We’d like to congratulate Roythornes on achieving the three-year Gold accreditation, which is an impressive achievement for any organisation. A firm like Roythornes is an example of a company which understands the value of its people.”

Roythornes has seen exponential growth since its last investors in People assessment just over a year ago, with 100 new recruits across its five offices in Birmingham, Nottingham, Peterborough, Spalding and Alconbury, including some who have returned to the firm. The top 150 national law firm adopts a one team ethos and prides itself on building longstanding relationships with clients, which include major blue-chip companies, family businesses and private individuals, based nationally and internationally. 

For more information visit www.roythornes.co.uk or follow @roythornes on Twitter. 

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