The Pensions Trust has retained their Investors in People Champion status, since first receiving it in 2010, and has also been recertified against the ISO27001 standard for information security.
Based in Leeds, and an Investors in People accredited organisation since 2004, The Pensions Trust is one of the leading workplace pension funds in the UK.
The highly esteemed Investors in People Gold accreditation, held since 2009, is an acknowledgment of The Pensions Trust’s true commitment to improving performance through people. Having achieved the Gold standard, they became part of a select group of organisations that were then invited to act as Champions and share their Investors in People experience and good practice with others.
Further to this, in January 2015, The Pensions Trust’s Information Security Management System was recertified against the ISO27001 standard for information security. This certification recognises the fact that the Trust places a priority on the security of its customer’s data, and that its information security processes conform to internationally recognise best practise.
The news of the award retention comes after The Pensions Trust launched the new defined benefit (DB) package, ‘DB Complete’, in October 2014. This package provides employers with all the services required to run legacy DB schemes to allow employers to access a quality, convenient and cost effective solution, which will allow them to focus on running their business.
Commenting on retaining these accreditations, Mike Ramsey, Chief Executive of The Pensions Trust said: “Retaining the Investors in People Champion status demonstrates that The Pensions Trust is committed to sharing and also learning from their experiences, encouraging the dissemination of good practice in people management and supporting continuous improvement. Our recertification in information security also cemented a strong start to 2015 for The Pensions Trust.”