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Intertrust's work culture recognised with Platinum accreditation

Intertrust's work culture recognised with Platinum accreditation

Friday 12 October 2018

Intertrust's work culture recognised with Platinum accreditation

Intertrust has been recognised with a platinum accreditation across six jurisdictions for its work culture, employee development and wellbeing initiatives.

The award came from the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) as part of their Employee Partnership Programme, following a three-month process.

Intertrust had to provide evidence of its work culture and learning opportunities available for employees as well as appraisal and development information. They also had to show how they structure their training, mentoring and monthly check-ins. Intertrust’s 'One Journey initiative' which focuses on building trust within teams and across the organisation, was an important factor in the accreditation. 

“Our employees’ health and wellbeing is a priority for us so we have a session on mental health as part of the hiring process so that employees know from the start of their journey with us that we have an open and supportive environment," Lisa Bragg, HR Director, explained.

Speaking of the accreditation, Ian Rumens, Global Head of Private Wealth at Intertrust in Jersey, added: “We're so pleased to have achieved this accreditation and to be recognised by STEP as a Platinum Employer. STEP sets the industry standards for training and academia and this status reflects the hard work we have done to support our employees in their professional growth. It is important to us to put our employees first and to help them reach their goals and develop as professionals."


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