Ordnance Survey

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Ordnance Survey have come a long way since being the producer of the world-famous paper maps. While these maps remain an important part of the brand, they represent only five per cent of annual revenue. The organisation produces digital map data, online route planning and sharing services, and mobile apps, plus many other location-based products to ensure users always know exactly where they are. Ordnance Survey aim to provide mapping that informs, guides and inspires, with a vision to be the world's most inspiring and trusted geospatial partner. Through their core principles of adventurous, incisive, restless and true, the organisation also aims to be a positive and exciting place of work for all employees. Chief Executive Nigel Clifford, who has been in his current role since 2015, is dedicated to being open and honest in all communications, always taking the time to ensure his messages are clear and understood.

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58% of staff agreed

This organisation is run on strong values / principles

Ordnance Survey's recognition scheme also has a team reward element, in which corporate support is given to their sports and social groups that vary from running and volleyball to yoga and craft.

Giving Something Back

41% of staff agreed

I am happy with the pay and benefits I receive in this job

Ordnance Survey's recognition scheme also has a team reward element, in which corporate support is given to their sports and social groups that vary from running and volleyball to yoga and craft.

My Team

67% of staff agreed

This job is good for my own personal growth

Ordnance Survey's recognition scheme also has a team reward element, in which corporate support is given to their sports and social groups that vary from running and volleyball to yoga and craft.

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