Quick facts

About Ethicall


What is it like to work for Ethicall

My Team
My Team
Ethicall works hard to engage employees and ensure that they all share the passion and vision that the company is working towards. The company’s biannual "vision days" are held offsite and provide an opportunity for all staff to hear presentations about business performance and even participate in strategy, thereby sharing ownership. Charity presentations from organisations the company has supported are also given. On top of this a team activity is always featured, which may potentially be a quiz, treasure hunt or creative challenge of some sort. Ethicall have four cross departmental "houses" in the same way as you would at school! This creates a healthy competitiveness in competing for the annual Ethicall House cup! Vision days will also always include awards hosted by Ethicall’s senior middle management team. These always have a theme, such as the ray of sunshine awards, or who would make the best prime minister and why! The Ethicall vision days usually happen the day after an organisation wide party. Entirely funded by Ethicall, these are an opportunity for all staff to socialise together twice a year.
Giving Something Back
Giving Something Back
Ethicall give 25% of their post-tax profit to charity, resulting in more than £1.25m being donated to various charities in the last 10 years. They are committed to supporting worthy causes in the local community where employees live and work. One such charity is One 25, a charity which works to get Bristol street sex workers off the streets and rebuild their lives. Ethicall have also funded the 50K cost of an ambulance to transport children from the local maternity hospital to the operating suite of the children's hospital. Staff are encouraged to get involved with charities and Ethicall will donate £250 to any staff fundraising. The company have also done “paint and fix” activities as part of vision days for local charities.
Fair Deal
Fair Deal
Ethicall have awards on a regular basis, a fundraiser of the quarter and a fundraiser of the year scheme. The fundraiser of the year has been running since Ethicall was established. The winning fundraiser of the year, who is selected by the Board of Directors, is able to volunteer for up to two weeks on any project they have chosen. Past winners have volunteered to build a school in Nepal, work teaching English in a school in Peru and volunteer on a wildlife reserve in Kenya. This year’s winner is volunteering with ActionAid on an overseas development project in Cambodia. The fundraiser of the year initiative is the ultimate incentive for the company's top fundraisers and something that always seems to inspire new fundraisers when they first start.

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Benefits:

  • Charity Activities
    Charity Activities

    At least 20% of staff are known to undertake charitable activities during business hours without incurring financial loss

Company Statistics

  • UK sites:

    1

  • Earning £35,000+:

    21%

  • Staff Turnover:

    23%

  • Average Age:

    35

  • Male : Female:

    56% / 44%

  • Staff:

    62

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