Freestyle Interactive Limited

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95% of staff agreed

I believe I can make a valuable contribution to the success of this organisation

Listening to employees and gaining valuable feedback and ideas is of vital importance to Freestyle's business. The company believe it's only through listening to your employees that you can really gauge how your business is progressing and how the office is feeling in general. They could use terms vibe or team cooperation ratings, but when it comes down to it, it's just about how they are all getting along in both a personal and professional capacity. And getting along and working together is just about the most important thing in making a business successful. In recognition of this importance, at Freestyle Interactive they encourage managers to meet with their staff on a regular basis. These ‘1-2-1s' benefit both employee and employer by acting as a direct conduit between team-members and team-leaders. These meetings function as a platform on which employees can discuss work and job satisfaction, as well as putting forward ideas that could benefit the company as a whole.

My Manager

92% of staff agreed

I have confidence in the leadership skills of my manager

In the last 12 months the senior management have started to run regular (but optional) company lunches. These drop-in sessions, each with a specific business focal point, have helped their staff to stay up-to-date with the wider news surrounding the business and have allowed employees to ask questions in an open forum. The lunches have helped staff feel part of the business as a whole, rather than as part of just a team or department. The lunches are very well attended and have created an engagement with the company hitherto unseen in the past.

Personal Growth

92% of staff agreed

My work is stimulating

Freestyle's recruitment process is all about recognising talent and just because you start Freestyle life in a certain role doesn't mean you'll stay there. Previous recruits have started in junior roles and progressed through the company to senior management roles. This is just an example that shows how Freestyle recognises and develops people's strengths and talent.

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Employees earning £35k+
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