3–4 days/week at home
We asked employees of Impression how satisfied they were with flexible working, and this is what they told us
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What Impression employees think
Very happy with everything at Impression!
It's a great place to work. The company understands that success comes as a result of employee satisfaction, not at the expense of it. Everyone is working in the same direction and that is the reason for the success of the business to date.
The best part about working at Impression is the trust and autonomy, as I know that I can work anywhere I like and I am trusted to do the work without being micro managed. With the flexibility in working hours and ability to work anywhere, I'm able to complete my best work in a cafe or anywhere really. I'm really looking forward to moving to a 4.5 day week, which will make my work-life balance much better!
Feels great to be trusted to work flexibly. I have a long commute so would struggle to come to the office every day, so not having a set number of days required in the office makes working around travel issues, weather, and other commitments really easy.
Flexible working is core to Impression, and I think everyone's morale is better for it!
Impression leadership does everything they can to support team members work how and when they want to. The entire company is bought into a flexible working model.
I love that they're open to new ideas - like the fact we're trialling a 4.5day working week. We're also dog friendly and the offices are a very welcoming space when you do, not that you have to. Social activities are becoming more inclusively aware e.g. not always going for a drink.
The move to 4.5 day week is a great initiative and will be amazing for staff retention & team morale. A brave moving coming from a company that traditionally sells time! The halo effect is already pretty clear, with all of the team becoming more vocal & feeling empowered to make independent choices about their work and schedules. Love working here!
Absolutely love working at Impression. I feel empowered to learn and progress and really feel like I am contributing to something great.
Working at Impression
Gender diversity (male:female:non-binary)
Hello, we're Impression! We are the strategic agency partner that drives ambitious growth for exciting and ambitious brands across the globe. We are forever curious, we love to challenge expectations, push boundaries and seek out new opportunities.
Right from the start, we’ve tried hard to make Impression a great place to work. And so far, so good – we’re really proud of the workplace and the culture we’ve created. We work hard, we learn a lot, and we have fun doing it.
If you're an ambitious individual ready to explore your next opportunity, find out more about becoming a part of our award-winning team today.
Flexible working at Impression
At Impression, we know how important it is to be a flexible employer.
Our hybrid-working approach aims to empower our people to work from the environment that best suits them. We strongly encourage a healthy work-life balance, and that's why you can choose whether you work from home or from our dog friendly offices in Nottingham or London. We're also flexible on working hours too, so you can start a bit later or finish a bit earlier.
At Impression, we offer employees fantastic benefits including but not limited to enhanced sick pay, pregnancy loss and parental bereavement leave, private medical insurance and of course, enhanced parental leave.
Find out more about our agency's approach to working here.
Approach to diversity & inclusion
We're listening and we're learning.
We’re committed to embracing diversity and promoting equal opportunities, both within our teams and through the services we provide. But we know we still have work to do. Improving fairness – in our agency and our industry – is something we’re passionate about, and we’re committed to having the conversations, making the changes and helping other businesses to do the same.
We pledge to promote equal opportunities and, as per the Equality Act 2010, will not tolerate discrimination on the grounds of: gender, gender identity, marital status, sexual orientation, race, colour, nationality, religion, age, disability, caring responsibilities or beliefs. We’ll also make every effort to represent different genders, ethnicities, socio-economic backgrounds and sexualities at the events, panels and discussions we run.
What do we think of Impression?
Impression performed highly in their accreditation. Considering they are almost 100 employees, hitting a 92 on their flexible employer benchmarking score is fantastic. Further, the feedback received during the anonymous employee survey was overwhelmingly positive from new joiners through to senior members. They're a well know brand for their skillset and awards in digital advertising, and it's time they become known for the incredible internal working environment too! Anyone looking for a top of the line digital marketing agency to work for should certainly consider Impression and apply to relevant positions.
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Impression is quite a unique agency. We believe that high performance deserves high reward. We want everyone to perform at their best but understand we are humans too, and sometimes things happen in our lives. At Impression, we want to make sure our people have everything they need to do their job well, and we will support our people to be their best selves, inside and outside of work.
Zoë Ogden, People Director at Impression