Accreditation success for Aconveyancing

Accreditation success for Aconveyancing

Investors in People is delighted to award midlands-based law firm Aconveyancing, the We invest in people, standard accreditation.

It means principles and practices around supporting staff are in place and everyone understands how to use them, to make work better.

Supporting staff welfare and structured career progression sits at the heart of what Aconveyancing offers to every single employee within the business, at every level.   With a blend of staff benefits, flexible working options and training opportunities, the firm is absolutely committed to its staff, first and foremost. By setting the standard higher, Aconveyancing aims to raise the bar across the whole conveyancing industry.

Paul Devoy, CEO of Investors in People, said:

“We’d like to congratulate Aconveyancing. Being accredited with We invest in people is a remarkable effort for any organisation, and places Aconveyancing in fine company with a host of organisations that understand the value of people.”

Commenting on the award, Natalie Moore, Founder and Director at Aconveyancing, said:

“From the moment I founded Aconveyancing four years ago, staff welfare and well-being was the single most important element of this business.  Without happy staff, how do we expect to sustain happy clients?  I hope these standards catch on across the whole of our industry, we can all do our part to change and improve on staff welfare, especially after the challenging year we’ve all experienced.”

We believe that the success of your organisation begins and ends with people. If we make work better for everyone, we make work better for every organisation. And if we do that… we make society stronger, healthier and happier.

Join our community of 15,000 organisations across 75 countries and make work better.

Jennifer van Deursen

Jen is the Senior Media Officer for Today’s Conveyancer, Today’s Wills & Probate  and Today’s Family Lawyer.

Having gained a degree in Multimedia Computing, Jen fell into a content role after successfully applying for a job at Cheshire Police. During her 6-year service, she took on the role as personal Press Officer under the first Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire and worked in the busy press office for the force.

Jen has experience in the marketing and communication sphere, which stems from her time in the public sector, private care sector and now here at the Practical Vision Network, where she can utilise her skills and challenge herself further.

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