It's what's inside that counts
People are at the heart of everything we say, do, and believe at Revere. Core to that is the nurture, care, and comfort of every employee. We encourage individuality and equity. We champion diversity and inclusion. We support whole health through physical, mental, and social wellbeing. We ask, listen, and learn. We pay it forward to causes close to our own hearts. And we’re always striving to do more.
Choose what works for you
Many companies are either back in the office full-time or adopting a hybrid working model. Not us. When our employees told us they liked the flexibility of our Work Anywhere policy (with office hot-desking as an option, not a requirement), we listened and adopted it permanently. As long as you can work effectively within your role from wherever you are, that’s fine by us.
Take good care of yourself
As part of our wellbeing focus, we offer Boost Mind mental health awareness workshops, eLearning modules, and monthly online yoga sessions for active self-care. We also encourage our teams to look after their physical health, supported by benefits and rewards through Vitality Healthcare memberships.
Elevate your ambition
We’re big on personal development and career progression. Emphasis on personal progression, because it’s all about people taking their own individual journey to greatness. We support, encourage and sustain everyone’s learning curve through our Boost Advance programme.
Pay it forward and give back
We all have a responsibility to our communities, personal causes, and the environment. At Revere, we encourage any meaningful action that amplifies a positive impact. And we’re taking purpose-driven steps to contribute to giant leaps in tackling wider social and sustainability issues. Our employees can also take one paid volunteering day per year and we match their fundraising efforts by contributing 50% of any amount raised.
Supporting employee fundraising efforts.
£933 raised for Berkshire Women’s Aid
2022 in 2022
2022 miles ran, cycled, or swam in one month.
£686 raised for British Red Cross