KPMG in the Cayman Islands and KPMG
(BVI) Ltd recently achieved the bronze level award for Investors in People.
Investors in People is a continuous
business improvement framework developed at the end of the last recession to
support businesses through times of change and economic uncertainty.
“For KPMG, the standard identifies
how well we work with our people to meet our business aims and objectives. As a
firm, we are continually working to improve how we operate,” said Human Resources
Director Stacey VanDevelde.
“Being measured against this
standard is an important step in that improvement.”
Feedback from Investors in People
related to this review found the two offices used the Investors in People
“It is clear that this organisation
actively encourages staff to develop their skills and makes a substantial
investment in supporting both technical training, and also soft skills
training,” the review stated.
“Further equality and diversity are
very well embedded within the firm.”
KPMG in the Cayman Islands was
originally recognised as the first organisation in Cayman to achieve the
Investors in People standard in 2004.
“We are very happy to retain
accreditation by Investors in People,” said Managing Partner Roy McTaggart.
“The review process provides a
balanced means of recognising not only areas where there is room for continued
improvement, it also highlights the good training and development practices
that KPMG already have in place throughout all levels of the firm.”