Careers with Charlie Bigham’s
We have a truly wonderful bunch of people working with us here at Charlie Bigham’s. Talented, funny, clever, friendly, hardworking – we really couldn’t ask for more.
And, to be frank, when you’ve got such a good bunch, you don’t want them to go running off anywhere. That means creating an inspiring and rewarding environment, which is something that doesn’t just happen. You need to work at it – so we do.
Making Charlie Bigham’s a lovely place to work
We want to be one of the best places to work… ever! Ambitious, perhaps, but it’s a goal we’re doing everything we can to achieve.
- For us, building a good career is about constantly learning new things, so we’re investing more and more in staff team training. And we’d always rather promote people than hire new bods.
- As much as we hate the phrase ‘work/life balance’, we do think it’s important to be flexible. That’s why many of our people have the option to work from home, as and when it’s convenient.
- We offer private pensions and free private medical care as well as special awards for people who’ve stuck with us through thick and thin. (And we’re not talking about carriage clocks.)
- We offer discounted gym membership but the Charlie Bigham’s football, rounders and netball teams are also a great way to keep fit, have fun and wind down at the end of a busy day.
- Every six months we conduct a big survey to find out how everyone thinks we’re doing, and to pick their brains on how we could make things even better.
- All our employees get a yearly profit-sharing bonus and, of course, everyone gets to eat very well indeed. Always a top priority as far as we’re concerned!
Bigham’s Key Behaviours
At Charlie Bigham’s, we work and play according to a key set of values and behaviours followed by all our employees regardless of position (including Charlie!). This helps us maintain the fantastic culture we have created over the years.
- Passion and Pride
- Goal Focussed
- Dare to be different
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