Investing in our people

‘People’ is one of our core values at ASCG and the proof is in the pudding as we’re thrilled to announce that we’ve retained our Investors in People (IIP) Standard accreditation.

The IIP accreditation is widely acknowledged as the global hallmark of excellence in people management – it’s a reflection of our commitment to support every ASCG employee to build a successful career within this business and beyond.

We’re proud to offer a range of training opportunities to support our team to progress their career ambitions and further their personal development. Our current programmes include ILM training, a graduate training programme, a number of apprenticeship training programmes, English language courses, the latest health and safety training and on-job skills training, amongst others.

Richard Wood, training and development manager, said: “I am absolutely delighted that ASCG has been awarded the Investors in People Standard again as it demonstrates our commitment to the development and engagement of all our people across every location.  I’m proud to be part of a business that takes the IIP standard so seriously. Achieving the accreditation is confirmation of great people management in practice and demonstrates an organisation’s dedication to developing its team.”

We’re committed to making ASCG the best workplace it can be. From Dubai to Corby, Hong Kong to the Czech Republic, we strive to create an environment where everyone feels part of the same team and everyone’s contribution is valued.

People director, Derek Wright, added: “At ASCG, our people are our biggest asset and are at the heart of everything we do. I am extremely proud that we continue to be an investor in our people. Over the next three years we plan to work towards achieving the Platinum standard and I know that, with the team’s continued support and dedication, we will achieve it.”

If you’d like to join our team, you can view all current employment opportunities by clicking here.

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