Work hard, play nice. It’s where we’re at. We’re not afraid of a bit of hard graft, no matter what level we’re at. But there’s always time to play.
Work Hard isn’t about putting in silly hours. It’s about engaging our brains to come up with intelligent approaches to answer client briefs.
It’s about how we make people look, about how we make them care.
It’s using insight to find new solutions, rather than relying on the usual tired playbook of PR tactics.
Besides the work, many of us have made friends for life at Red and that’s because we Play Nice. It’s more than just a friendly atmosphere, though that’s definitely a bonus.
It’s about an inclusive environment where everyone can thrive. And carrying that into our work with clients, other agencies and suppliers. Check our DEI data/statement HERE.
A few simple goals.
Listen to each other, to clients, to the wider world.
Focus our energy on being part of an agency that delivers exceptional work.
Make a positive impact on the world however and wherever we can.
Be inclusive in our thinking and behaviours.
Why work at Red?
Exceptional training programme for all levels and Creative Champions network.
Hybrid working: Tuesday -Thursday in the office, WFH on Mondays and Fridays. Plus a Work-From-Away allowance.
Competitive salaries and benefit package benchmarked against the industry.
Active DEI working group celebrating Black History Month, Diwali, Pride, Ramadan, Lunar New Year, Rosh Hashanah and much much more.
Planet-friendly approach and EcoVadis rated supplier.
Weekly personal hour – be it a lie in on a Monday or scooting to get a train on a Thursday.
External mentoring via Creative Access for anyone from an under-represented background.
Breakfast, an awesome snack box and Bar Red serving up a tasty selection of beverages on Weds and Thurs evenings.
Premium access to Calm and comprehensive employee assistance programme.
Generous holiday allowance plus extra 4 days between Christmas and New Year.
Decade long partnership with Taylor Bennet Foundation and apprenticeship scheme.