Propellernet say they put as “much importance on the well-being of its staff as it does on the work” and with their tagline being ‘make life better’, it’s clear this doesn’t just extend to their clients but their people too.Read More
With 90% of Peninsula’s Directors starting off on the ground floor of the company, the specialist law firm has unrivalled success with developing its employees careers.
With 23% of Moo’s employees enjoying a promotion in 2015, Moo are incredibly committed to progressing their staff’s careers. They give them incredible opportunities to ‘grow tall’ and not just through their weekly space hopper competitions.
MailChimp like to keep their employees education opportunities fun, and although they do enjoy the odd conference, their perks are usually far from ordinary. With the opportunity to receive a $20,000 tuition reimbursement being just the tip of the iceberg, they’re all about making learning less stressful.
Hubspot are as dedicated to growing their employees as they are to growing their company. Offering master classes throughout the business, they encourage shared learning, with staff gaining skills from each other in everything from presentation skills to Photoshop.
Bazaar Voice don’t rest on their laurels when it comes to company perks. With ‘Bazaar Committees’ in every office, employees are able to plan social events that excite them, with everything from happy hours to trips to the beach up for grabs.
To anybody familiar with Innocent Smoothies, it’s not surprising that they have an abundance of fun perks available to their employees. With the benefits feeding into their brand image, it’s not just the obvious gift of free smoothies every day, which make their employees so happy.
Online retailer ASOS go above and beyond to ensure that their employees careers are as well mapped out as an atlas. Offering mixed media and skills courses, their education doesn’t end at school.Read More
Cloudreach take their employees comfort seriously, but this doesn’t just extend to their office filled with bean bags and snacks. Eager for new starters to feel immediately at home, they offer the choice of computing software and a smart phone with either iOS or Android software, meaning no time is lost confused about settings.
With a perfect 5 out of 5 score at Glassdoors Best Employers Awards, Hedgehog Lab are up there with the pros. And although they offer perks like flexible working hours and unlimited holiday, it’s what their employees do whilst they’re at work that makes the real difference to their culture.
Being a tech company, Reason Digital, were bound to care about the hardware their employees have access to. Leaping ahead in their sector however, they offer a personal development budget so that employees can identify their own needs and meet them.
Founded by two computer science graduates, it’s no surprise that Smarkets places a whole lot of importance on the infrastructure they give their staff. Offering the best tech money can buy, their trust in their employees is paramount.
Matching their diverse team of over 14,000 employees, Expedia have created a multi-dimensional and changeable benefits package. Offering travel discounts to match their competitive vacation policy, their employees can make the most of working for a travel company.
Boxed say they’re ‘devoted to people’, and that commitment isn’t just to their customers, but their community and employees too. Offering full healthcare benefits as standard, CEO, Chieh Huang is determined to take as much stress away from his staff as possible.