Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) has been awarded with an Investors in People (IIP) Gold accreditation by the IIP, a London-based global organization committed to developing people management practices worldwide.
“On behalf of the Investors in People Philippines, we would like to convey our congratulations to Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. on achieving Investors in People Gold accreditation,” said IIP president and CEO Gerry Plana and IIP chairperson Janet Webster, in a letter sent to BAVI president and general manager Ronald Mascariñas.
“We hope you will continue to be a role model in the Investors in People community in the Philippines and internationally. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for [BAVI’s] contribution to raising the standards of leadership and management in our community and inspiring others through your good practices.”
In assessing the accreditation, IIP uses its Generation 6 Standards of Leading and Inspiring People, Recognizing and Rewarding Performance, and Delivering Continuous Improvement.
“We have always believed that for us to be ahead in our industry, we must take care and rigorously develop our people who take care of our business,” said Mascariñas. “This IIP Gold accreditation is truly encouraging as this is another confirmation that our people management practices are at par with the world’s best.”
BAVI joined the IIP in 2014 and has since risen up its accreditation ranks. In 2015, BAVI achieved its Bronze accreditation and progressed to Silver in 2017.
Bounty Agri Ventures Inc., operators of Chooks-to-Go, is set to receive an Investors in People Gold accreditation award for its global standard people management practices. Photo shows the Silver accreditation award it received in 2017.