What’s it like to work here? Our people describe it as supportive, friendly and full of variety. We create inspiring places to work and take time out, and there’s always a social or sporting event in the calendar.
We’re proud of our diverse workforce and give every one of our employees the same opportunities and rewards, regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexuality, experience, physical ability, age or thinking style. No two people are the same, and our different skills, approaches and aspirations make us stronger – both as a company and as a community.
We believe work is an activity, not a place. So as long as it's right for our clients and our business, you’ll have the opportunity to request flexibility around your working day, work from a different office or sometimes work from home.
Your health matters to us, inside and outside of work. Perks include Cyclescheme, gym vouchers, GP access and money-saving health plans. We also offer free 24-hour access to professional support and advice for mental, financial and emotional wellbeing.
Whether it’s to focus on childcare, pursue a personal project or take off and see the world, at some point you might want to take a break from work. After you have worked with us for a certain time period, Unpaid career breaks give you the chance to take three to 12 months off before returning to your previous or a similar role.
As an example, our Women in Experian programme was launched in March 2016 to inspire women and help them understand their potential. It ranges from mentor schemes to webinars and networking events, all overseen by female senior leaders from all regions and functions.
Giving back has always been important to us. Some companies may support good causes because it’s expected of them, but for us it goes way beyond that. We’re passionate about giving people access to financial services. More than that, our scale and expertise means we’re in a unique position to help tackle debt and improve people’s financial wellbeing around the world.
We work with partners from business and the public and voluntary sectors to improve financial education, help build financial identities and tackle unmanageable debt.
Our people get three days a year to spend volunteering with a local charity or organisation. It’s a chance to do something different, support a charity close to your heart and make a positive contribution to your community
Experian has its own charity, the Heart of Experian Charity Fund, which was set up to help small groups and organisations experiencing tough financial times. As well as raising funds, we also provide gifts in kind through our products and services.
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We believe our differences are things to be celebrated, and that the diversity of our workforce is a big part of our global success. We want everyone to succeed with us, regardless of their age, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, physical ability, experience or thinking style. We also look to adopt progressive policies, such as flexible working hours, to accommodate people’s individual circumstances.