Hermes Airports’ commitment to continuously develop its people and the practices followed for this accomplishment, is demonstrated by having its internationally recognised Platinum Investors in People (IIP) accreditation renewed. The significance of this accreditation is to provide organizations the tool and guide for applying best practices in human resource management and development, reflecting the latest workplace trends, essential skills, and effective structures required to outperform in any industry.
For the employees of an organisation, the IIP accreditation proves that they are working in an environment that respects the employees, that embraces diversity, individuality, and human values. It is noted that only 2% of international organizations currently accredited with the IIP standard, hold the Platinum level, which applies for three years.
Paul Devoy, Head of Investors in People, congratulated Hermes Airports, noting: "the Investors in People accreditation positions the organization among the leading companies that recognize human values."
Natasa Iacovides, Hermes Airports’ Senior Manager Human Resources, said: "The renewal of this accreditation seals the company's confidence in its human resources, which is the driving force of the company’s success. The Platinum accreditation confirms that our focus of all our initiatives is the prosperity and development of the people in our team, while it becomes more significant considering the challenges and uncertainty resulting from the pandemic the past two years.