Hidden Hearing has been named as a leader in people management practice globally, having won Silver Employer of the year for an organisation of its size at the Investors in People Awards.
The Awards celebrate the best people management practices amongst Investors in People accredited businesses and this year winners were announced at a spectacular awards ceremony and dinner at The Roundhouse, Camden, on 28 November 2018.
Hosted by comedian Russell Kane with winners announced by the voice of Strictly Come Dancing, Alan Dedicoat, this year’s awards were an opportunity for organisations from Investors in People’s international community to gather and celebrate the very best in people management globally.
Hidden Hearing are experts in the field of hearing healthcare, using modern technology to provide specialised hearing assessments and tailor-made client centred solutions. The company has over 50 years’ experience in helping people living with hearing loss and with over 300 clinics across the UK, provides easy access to specialised care.
On winning this category, Head of Development and Training, David Rist, said “We were delighted to be one of the nominees in our category and winning the Employer of the Year Award enables us to recognise everyone in our business who contributes to living our values, making Hidden Hearing a great place to work, and ultimately providing excellent services to our patients, as we help more people to hear better.”
Paul Devoy, Head of Investors in People, said: “This year’s Investors in People Awards were an inspirational celebration of best practice across our international community. It was fantastic to see so many worthy organisations nominated for our performance in their approach to people management. I commend Hidden Hearing for their dedication to improving the quality of work for their employees. Congratulations to Hidden Hearing on becoming 2018’s Silver Employer of the Year.”