IT firm Taylor Made Computer Solutions has been recognised for its commitment to staff with a third consecutive gold award from Investors in People.
The company, based on the Cams Hall Estate in Fareham, retained the accolade despite the introduction of tougher assessment criteria.
Taylor Made was the first company in Hampshire and the first technology company across the south to receive Gold recognition when it was first awarded in 2009, and its status was renewed in 2012.
The latest renewal, which lasts for three years, comes after a rigorous assessment which looked at how the firm empowers staff, recognises and rewards good performance and delivers continuous improvement. Assessors conducted an online survey of Taylor Made’s 120 staff followed by in-depth interviews and research.
Aly Taylor, HR director, said: ‘We are delighted. Investors in People take a long, hard look at the whole culture of the business working to very stringent standards, so to be awarded gold status reflects how much we value and nurture our staff.’