The awards process is led by a team of professionals and celebrates the best people management practices amongst Investors in People-accredited businesses.
The firm hailed being nominated as “a great achievement for Foster Denovo and builds on the awarding of the IIP Silver accreditation earlier this year.”
The company impressed the panel through initiatives such as its employee-led group ‘The Voice’, which has been developed to "support and maximise inclusivity within the business."
The group represents a range of age, gender, location and seniority of staff members and provides a vehicle to enhance communications, take pulse surveys and promote inclusivity.
Louise Blair, head of HR at Foster Denovo, said: “It is a privilege to be shortlisted for this award; a clear indication of the dedication and hard work the team has invested in the business.
“Our employee led group ‘The Voice’ has seen huge growth since it was set up last year and we want to thank the teams for their involvement and engagement so far.”
Helen Lovett, chief operating officer at Foster Denovo, added: “We were extremely proud to receive our silver accreditation from IIP earlier this year and we’re delighted to have now been shortlisted for this award.
“Our aim is to ensure that our people feel they are an integral part of the engaged journey and this shortlist is a great endorsement of the approach we are taking and the focus that this receives in Foster Denovo.”