Our people work virtually. Technology enables us to: keep overheads tight and costs fair and affordable; respond fast and work quick, make talent accessible and ensure our people’s wellbeing and work/life balance. This enables us to attract and keep some of the sharpest, most experienced minds in the industry, from all over the country.
It’s good for business and for society too – addressing, in our small way, some big socio-economic issues such as gender pay inequality, the challenges of juggling work and caring for a family, and the inefficiencies of commuter travel.
It’s efficient, yielding better margins for investment. Which all adds up to bigger investments in making a difference.