HUDDERSFIELD University is a great place to work - and that's official!
As well as being a popular place to study, staff "absolutely love" working there, say assessors.
The University has retained the Investor in People standard after a three-day visit by inspectors.
The University first received the award in 1999 and has had successful reviews in 2000, 2003 and most recently last year.
Professor John Tarrant, vice-chancellor said: "I was delighted by the report. This is our third re-assessment and we continue to improve and demonstrate our commitment to staff."
Julie McClelland, director of human resources said: "The University prides itself on being a good place to work and the Investor in People standard supports this view.
"By investing in staff development we can ensure we retain and recruit the best staff to help and support our students."
The assessor looked at the university's policies and procedures and talked to a range of staff.
The report highlighted a positive organisational climate, strong communication structures and procedures for managing staff development and performance.
Elizabeth Boulton, branch secretary of public service union Unison said: "We are pleased the assessor found a positive atmosphere."