Officially a Very Good
Company to Work For

Officially a Very Good
Company to Work For

Officially an Outstanding
Company to Work For

Officially an Outstanding
Company to Work For

Officially a World Class
Company to Work For

Officially a World Class
Company to Work For

Officially a Good
Company to Work For

Officially a Good
Company to Work For

#
Best Company to work for in the UK
th
Best Company
to work for

Featured Workplace Factors

My Team

97% of staff agreed

My team is fun to work with

Every last Friday of the month Inferno holds a social event called ‘Love What Could Be', which gives the chance to gather the entire agency, build morale and inspire collaborative working. These varied events are organised by their ‘Love What Could Be' committee and some are seasonal, some are festive and some are completely random. Alcohol and nibbles are always a prerequisite. In the past year, an example of these are: a summer picnic and games, a pumpkin carving competition, a cocktail making class and a “guess the baby” tea party. Though not quite a team building ‘event', a “buddy system” is introduced on an employee's first days where new staff are partnered with someone on their department who is not their line manager, who will introduce them to their new home and colleagues, beyond the initial HR tour. Inferno will also pay for the buddy to host a team lunch outside the agency. Departments also have regular ‘away days' to discuss new practices and strategy, this is held at a nice and inspiring venue (such as an art gallery meeting room) and include breakfast/lunch and down-time drinks when the day is through.

My Company

97% of staff agreed

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

Inferno have a traditional ‘royal mail' post box which sits in the lobby and invites everyone to help themselves to an ‘I'd love it if' card on reception to post any suggestions or gripe, anonymously or not. They strongly believe that listening is the very basic method of being available and approachable. There is an informal and relaxed atmosphere within the open plan building and staff are encouraged to have opinions, which are heard and addressed. Company updates are held on the last Thursday of every month and are a relaxed forum over a beer or glass of wine (sometimes even champagne) for discussions to ensure staff can see that needs are being addressed. Regular departmental away-days provide an opportunity for ideas to be shared outside the office environment, in an inspiring setting to encourage new thinking and perspective. It is not usual for teams to come back from these with an entirely new and more effective approach for their departments.

Personal Growth

90% of staff agreed

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

Every last Friday of the month Inferno holds a social event called ‘Love What Could Be', which gives the chance to gather the entire agency, build morale and inspire collaborative working. These varied events are organised by their ‘Love What Could Be' committee and some are seasonal, some are festive and some are completely random. Alcohol and nibbles are always a prerequisite. In the past year, an example of these are: a summer picnic and games, a pumpkin carving competition, a cocktail making class and a “guess the baby” tea party. Though not quite a team building ‘event', a “buddy system” is introduced on an employee's first days where new staff are partnered with someone on their department who is not their line manager, who will introduce them to their new home and colleagues, beyond the initial HR tour. Inferno will also pay for the buddy to host a team lunch outside the agency. Departments also have regular ‘away days' to discuss new practices and strategy, this is held at a nice and inspiring venue (such as an art gallery meeting room) and include breakfast/lunch and down-time drinks when the day is through.

Benefits

Pensions

Companies offering a final salary scheme to all employees, or one in which the employer's contribution is at least 5%.

Women in Senior Management

At least 40% of senior managers are women.

List Positions

National Ranking
#
Best Small Companies to work for in the UK
National Ranking
#
Best Mid-Sized Companies to work for in the UK
National Ranking
#
Best Large Companies to work for in the UK
National Ranking
#
Best Big Companies to work for in the UK
National Ranking
#
Best NFP Organisations to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
Sector Ranking
#
Best Companies to work for in the UK
London
#
Best Small Companies to work for in London
London
#
Best Mid Sized Companies to work for in London
London
#
Best Large Companies to work for in London
London
#
Best Big Companies to work for in London
The Midlands
#
Best Companies to work for in the Midlands
East of England
#
Best Companies to work for in the East of England
The North East
#
Best Companies to work for in the North East
The North West
#
Best Companies to work for in the North West
Northern Ireland
#
Best Companies to work for in Northern Ireland
Scotland
#
Best Companies to work for in Scotland
The South East
#
Best Companies to work for in the South East
The South West
#
Best Companies to work for in the South West
Wales
#
Best Companies to work for in the Wales
Yorkshire & The Humber
#
Best Companies to work for in Yorkshire & The Humber
Senior leader comments...

What’s a Rich Text element?

The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.

Static and dynamic content editing

A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!

How to customize formatting for each rich text

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

We're currently hiring! 

If you like what you see and are interested  joining our team, we would love to hear from you, for more information please visit our careers page.

Careers