It’s the people that make a business what it is and our company is no different – our clients and team mean everything to us. We strive together and achieve together.
We’re incredibly proud of our culture and have invested a great deal of time and resource in developing a framework to underpin every element of who we are as individuals, and who we are collectively as a business. How we approach recruitment, how we do business with clients and how we interact as a team are all guided by our company values.
Allocating each member of the team with their own learning and development budget – giving them the chance to meet any improvements they identify in themselves in their development check-ins.
Identifying a clear route for their progression within the company, supporting them from day one and helping them realise their aspirations
Giving them access to our own specially designed management and leadership programme ‘Evolve’ – giving those who want it, the opportunity to take their career to the next stage within the company
We believe whole-heartedly in the “work hard play hard” ethos and regularly give ourselves the chance to recharge and relax.
We finish a little early on Friday, and meet in our own ‘Para-Pub’ (called The Tunstall Arms) or outdoor terrace, where we unwind from the week and start looking forward to the weekend.
Every quarter, we come together as a team for a spot of teambuilding and to take stock and reflect on our recent successes as well as sharing any company-wide updates. June and December in particular are celebratory in fashion as we celebrate our company birthday and embrace the approaching festive season! Our teambuilding activities always go out to vote with previous popular choices being quad biking, go karting, clay pigeon shooting, and a good old fashioned pub crawl!
We also have a Health & Wellbeing programme so as well an infinite supply of fruit, snacks and ice lollies, we’re all fans of a little physical competitive challenge and aren’t strangers to muddy bootcamps and exercise marathons, most of which are generally in the name of charity.