The Times top 100 best not-for-profit

The CIPP achieved entry in The Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work listing for demonstrating its commitment towards staff development. The award acknowledges excellence in workplace engagement and is judged purely on a staff survey – with only the highest level of overall employee engagement qualifying for the top 100.

What The Sunday Times said about the CIPP   

Chief executive Lindsay Melvin is tireless in promoting the CIPP's role as a leader within its specialisation, engaging with staff members through monthly meetings and informal discussions. They say he runs this operation on sound moral principles, a 77% positive score, and that senior managers truly live its values (72%).”

          Shirley Harris, CIPP’s head of human resources, commented: “It gives me great joy and pride knowing that we work for an organisation which is so highly regarded. We want our employees to be happy and to not treat their job as just a 9 to 5 – and that’s why our relationship with our employees is so important. We treat everyone as an individual and help nurture and grow talent.”