Swansea translation company Wolfestone Translation secures Investors in People accreditation
Swansea translation company Wolfestone Translation secures Investors in People accreditation. After a yearlong process, Wolfestone Translations one of the UK’s leading translation companies has gained the prestigious Investors in People accreditation. Wolfestone Translation provides translation, interpretating and other language services to business throughout the UK and internationally. In order to gain accreditation Wolfestone has had to undergo a process of implementing change within the business. This has included new procedures, extensive training and personal development planned for staff and so on. Director of Wolfestone Anna Bastek says “We’re extremely proud to have achieved this accreditation. In the last two years our business has grown dramatically and this has been in no small part to our staff.” “At Wolfestone, we know that the most effective way to continue this progress is to help our staff achieve their full potential.” This accreditation highlights why Wolfestone has been one of the Welsh business success stories during our darkest of economic times. Wolfestone puts trust in its people to develop, enabling the business to drive forward. "Wolfestone doesn’t see this as a finishing point for our development. It is very much the beginning of us moving the business forward, both nationally and internationally. In fact we now have offices and teams based in Houston and Germany” says Anna. It’s clear to see that Wolfestone is fast becoming one of the businesses to watch during 2010!
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