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Reddico in top 5 UK best places to work

Luke Kyte

Posted by Luke Kyte

30 April 2021

We’re pleased to announce that Reddico Digital has been named as a top 5 UK great place to work, for the second year in a row. 

As part of the UK's Best Workplaces™ 2021, Reddico featured alongside dozens of other progressive and forward thinking businesses – all with one thing in common – to put people first and build a culture to be proud of. 

It’s the third year running Reddico has appeared on this prestigious list of companies, following a cultural revolution in 2018 that revamped the business framework. 

Over the last few years we’ve moved towards a self-management model that includes:

  • Choosing when, where and how you work

  • Setting your own targets

  • Removing managers

  • Introducing team coaches

  • Becoming radically transparent 

We’re once again proud of this year’s accolade, which demonstrates our culture rethink wasn’t a gimmick or quick win, but a continued effort to build a company that’s led by the team. 

We’re also conscious of not standing still, and over the last 12 months have developed our culture, whilst adding a number of new benefits for the team. This includes:

  • Financial education

  • Mental health support through an external provider

  • Team life insurance

  • Creating eco and diversity & inclusion committees

It has also been a particularly tough year for everyone around the world, and as a business our support to the team has evolved. During the uncertain times, some of the ways we’ve provided extra help include:

  • Extended mental health support to partners

  • Offered access to a mortgage broker and financial advisor

  • Offered voluntary furlough to those who needed it, and topped up salaries to 100%

  • Been open and honest around any difficulties facing the business

  • Sent wellbeing packages to the team

  • Shifted to a remote first focus

Over the next 12 months we’ve got a lot more lined up to take Reddico to the next level. So whilst we’ll celebrate our success, we won’t bask in the sunshine for too long. Culture is always evolving, and we want to be ahead of the game.