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My Company

49% of staff agreed

I have confidence in the leadership skills of the senior management team

The company have created a unique culture capable of supporting diverse talent. They call their collaborative way of working blending, and it's central to everything they do – allowing them to take ideas from strategy and concept to launch and evaluation as quickly and effectively as possible. Whether in a single room or across their 40 offices worldwide, blending lets them cast the right people for the challenge. Their approach embraces the creative tension between left brain and right brain. They believe that when they combine data and storytelling – when mathematicians and poets join forces – they get more powerful results. They have designed their offices to enable this collaborative way of working, with open-plan seating (no offices for senior management), flexible spaces, hot-desking and lots of informal areas for meetings.

My Team

82% of staff agreed

The experience I gain from this job is valuable for my future

REWARD AND RECOGNITION SCHEME: The company run an innovative and highly popular recognition and reward scheme, which is open to all colleagues. Individuals can be nominated for doing game-changing work or going over and above their day job. Colleagues are invited to nominate people who have delivered against an element of their skills profile, which covers four core areas: delivery and innovation, craft, people and client and commercial skills. They have a monthly budget of £10,000 for the scheme and they award more than 50 people each month in the following categories: Diamond (£1000 reward), ¬Platinum (£500), Gold (£250), Silver (£100) and Bronze (£50). This is an ‘always on' scheme, which enables them to reward people all year round outside of the normal performance pay process timetable. All the winners are announced and celebrated on their internal comms platform The Insider and at their quarterly company meetings. UNICORN AWARD: Twice annually, the company give a Unicorn Award to one person in the company for doing truly exceptional work. This ties into their reward and recognition scheme, but the way they award it is very different. The company either offers a large cash award or something a little more special and unique to that person. For example they gave one person a week off work and paid for them to do a creative writing course. This prize was reflective of their passion for writing, and was something they would never have been able to do given the busy job they have. They also enabled one team member to fulfil a lifelong dream by going to America on a road trip.

Personal Growth

85% of staff agreed

My work is an important part of my life

The company have created a unique culture capable of supporting diverse talent. They call their collaborative way of working blending, and it's central to everything they do – allowing them to take ideas from strategy and concept to launch and evaluation as quickly and effectively as possible. Whether in a single room or across their 40 offices worldwide, blending lets them cast the right people for the challenge. Their approach embraces the creative tension between left brain and right brain. They believe that when they combine data and storytelling – when mathematicians and poets join forces – they get more powerful results. They have designed their offices to enable this collaborative way of working, with open-plan seating (no offices for senior management), flexible spaces, hot-desking and lots of informal areas for meetings.

Benefits

Holidays

Companies offering a minimum of 26 days annual leave to all employees.

Women in Senior Management

At least 40% of senior managers are women.

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