16 May 2018
ISG is delighted to announce that the business has been recognised as one of the Manpower Developers in the 'ERB Manpower Developer Award Scheme' in Hong Kong. Organised by the Employees Retraining Board (ERB), the scheme aims at recognising organisations which actively demonstrate significant commitment in training and development programme for employees.
ISG is always enthusiastic to encourage staff to have constant self-development, aligning its work culture with one of ISG’s core values, ‘never stop learning’.
The business has been participating in the award scheme since 2014, and is committed to maintaining and advancing its efforts in creating a driven and dynamic work environment for employees to work and learn.
Tim Threlkeld, managing director of ISG in Hong Kong commented on the achievement, “We are really grateful and honoured to be recognised as a ‘Manpower Developer’ for the second time in four years.”
“At ISG, our people are our greatest asset and we believe that outstanding and knowledgeable employees are extremely important in delivering high quality service and projects. We consistently challenge ourselves as a construction business to deliver better experience for our employees and customers, and it’s this passion and commitment that drives constant refinement to our skillset - in building skills and confidence to constantly improve.”
The award is evaluated by a set of objectives and stringent assessment criteria which looked for evidence of people development strategies, training programmes, corporate culture practices to continuously raise awareness and promote lifelong learning.
“We are committed to fulfilling and expanding the potential of our employees and place paramount importance in providing on-the-job training and continuous development programmes internally and externally to drive these initiatives. We hope that our commitment will unlock the full potential of our people and service offering in Hong Kong.”
ISG was honoured at an award presentation ceremony on 4 May 2018, at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, amongst other organisations from 30 industries in Hong Kong.