3–4 days/week at home
Fully flexible hours
The FlexScore® is the result of a rigorous 2-step verification of a company’s flexibility
First we assess the flexibility options eduMe provides and then we anonymously survey a statistically significant proportion of their employees to make sure eduMe is as flexible as they say they are. Our assessment is based on the six key elements of flexibility: location, hours, autonomy, benefits, role modelling and work-life balance.
We ask the hard questions so you don’t have to.
Working at eduMe
Gender diversity (male:female)
UK & US
What employees are saying
"I love that work is part of my life, not my entire life. Even if I'm really busy and having to work across different time zones, and the pressure is high, the flexible approach means I can work in a way that suits me (when I sleep until, when I head to the gym, take a lunch hour, meet a friend for a walk). It's results-focused, so providing you're impacting the company and driving the results you're there to do, you can work in a way that works for you and enables you to be as successful as you can. I love that I'm never twiddling my thumbs until 5 pm because that's when I "have to work until" –I can work in an intuitive way that maximises the time I'm focused, motivated, and loving what I do!"
Anonymous eduMe Employee
Careers at eduMe
eduMe is a mobile-based, training platform for the deskless workforce, used by modern companies in more than 60 countries worldwide. By providing their workforce with seamless access to relevant knowledge, companies like Uber, Gopuff, Deliveroo, Gorillas and Vodafone are enabling their people to achieve workforce success. eduMe is headquartered in London, UK with offices in Palo Alto and Santa Monica, California, USA.
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Flexible working at eduMe
Flexible working is a key part of how we work at eduMe. We offer a balance between a hybrid, office-based environment and remote working, and we allow employees to adjust their working hours and support flexibility wherever it is needed.
We want our employees to work in a way that works and matters to them, their life, and those around them. We’re so committed to this that we provide each new starter with a generous work from home allowance to set up their home working environment for comfort and success. We offer our employees excellent benefits, including private healthcare; enhanced parental leave, to ensure new parents have plenty of time to spend with their new child; the ability to work from anywhere for six weeks per year; company share options; £500 per year to spend on health and well-being, and so much more.
What do we think of eduMe?
I always like to see companies who are around the 90% mark on Flexa's two benchmarking tests, because it is so hard to get there. And even though eduMe got very high scores across the board, it is the anonymous and unanimous positive feedback from their employees that made us want to give eduMe their accreditation. With more than 40 employees, it is incredibly difficult to satisfy everyone's needs, but it's clear that eduMe rises to the mission of ensuring their workforce is operating in the most inclusive and productive environment possible.
Meet who might be hiring you
If you’re curious, committed, embrace innovation and want to be a part of a tight-knit, passionate team, we would love to hear from you! We’re always on the lookout for people who will inspire us and make their mark on eduMe. You'll be part of a team that’s on a mission to revolutionise the way companies engage with their workforce.
Marnie Richards, Head of People at eduMe