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Top 10 reasons to work with Experian

Category: Blogger's Corner

Experian unlocks the power of data to create opportunities for consumers, businesses, and society. The company takes pride in empowering consumers and clients to manage their data effectively. It strives to create a working environment that people love.

Experian believes in providing its employees with the best training possible to enable them to access better opportunities. But its employment benefits don’t end there. Here are 10 more reasons why you should start a career with Experian.

1) Time off for public duties

Experian actively supports and encourages employees who are involved in public duties outside of work. Examples of these supported roles are school governors, magistrates, local councillors or members of the British Reserve Forces. The company offers two weeks’ paid leave per annum for Regular Reserve and Territorial Army service. Experian gives three paid community days for employees to use to volunteer with the local community.

2) Employee Assistance Programme

A completely independent and confidential service, the Employee Assistance Programme is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The service provides support, professional advice and information on a wide range of matters for employees.

3) Returnships

Experian understands that sometimes employees have specific reasons for wanting to take a break from work. Often career breaks provide invaluable life-changing experiences, such as focusing on childcare, pursuing a personal interest or overseas travel. After 2 years of continuous service, Experian employees may take a career break of between 3 and 12 months.

4) Flexible and agile working

The times have changed, and employers need to change with them if they want to keep their employees. Experian supports team members to work in a way that suits them, from fixed working patterns to working from home.

5) Sponsored degrees

Experian offers the opportunity to gain a full BA honours degree while working in full time employment. The scheme enables employees to get a degree without getting into debt.

6) Top Employer accreditation

Experian is focused on its people, providing them with the opportunities and tools they need to advance their careers. This is why it’s been accredited as a Top Employer by the Top Employers Institute since 2017.

7) Generous annual leave

There are plenty of attractive annual leave benefits at Experian. For example, there is a chance to buy and sell holidays and enhanced leave for longer service.

8) Healthcare initiatives

Not only does Experian offer regular health assessments but employees also have access to a 24/7 private GP service. Experian employees have access to a medical plan, dental insurance and gym vouchers.

9) Bike for work

Experian encourages its employees to cycle wherever possible by offering a bike for work scheme.

10) Charitable causes

Experian works with partners from business, public and voluntary sectors to develop educational and career enhancement programmes. The aim is to create opportunities for people to improve their education and broaden employment prospects. Experian also raises money for charities such as Cancer Research.

 

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