Another accolade for Weslo
Weslo Housing Management has once again shown it is amongst the top performing organisations’ in the country by achieving the prestigious IIP Platinum accreditation putting them in the top 0.5% of organisations who consistently perform at a higher level of people management. Not content with this, Weslo is also one of only four organisations who have achieved all three accreditations simultaneously gaining the Health and Wellbeing Good Practice Award and the Investors in Young People Good Practice Award at Gold level.
The Assessor praised Weslo, which owns and manages approximately 2500 affordable homes in the West Lothian and Falkirk area, for its commitment to excellence. In their report, they said: “Having carried out this assessment in accordance with the guidelines provided I would like to congratulate Weslo for having achieved the higher level of Platinum. This is an exceptional achievement, as they join a small group of 22 organisations across Scotland recognised at this level”.
Mike Bruce, Chief Executive said “This is a tremendous achievement for everyone at Weslo and reflects the hard work, dedication and commitment of all our staff. I’d like to thank everyone for the fantastic work they do to make a difference every day. Receiving Platinum accreditation reinforces the importance of our values, inspiring us to continually improve and be the best we can be. We strive to create an environment where our staff enjoy coming to work, where they feel valued and, in turn, are able to give their best, which ultimately benefits our tenants helping to improve our tenant’s lives”.
Peter Russian, Chief Executive of IIP Scotland said “To individually achieve Investors in People Platinum accreditation, or the Health and Wellbeing award, or the Investors in Young People Gold award is a fantastic achievement in its own right. But to achieve all three awards at the highest level is a real sign of the commitment Weslo Housing Management have to their people and to their customers. This hat-trick is both an inspiration and a challenge to organisations throughout Scotland. Many congratulations!”