cxpartners is a ‘Great Place to Work’ (officially!)

1st March 2022

We have been officially recognised as a ‘Great Place to Work’ by being awarded the sought-after certification. 

Great Place to Work’s mission is to “help organisations create exceptional, high performing workplaces where employees feel trusted and valued”. Through the Certification process, they capture valuable employee feedback and details about the practices that make workplaces unique.

As part of this employee feedback, we were absolutely thrilled to report a 90% overall trust index from our team.

Some of our favourite bits from our team’s ratings include:

  • 100% said ‘I am proud to tell people I work here’
  • 98% said ‘there is a family or team feeling here’
  • 95% said ‘people are encouraged to balance their work life and personal life’
  • 95% said ‘when I look at what we accomplish, I feel a sense of pride’
  • 95% said there is job security

But what do the team actually say about working at cxpartners?

Come on – we’re a team of research consultants! Of course we love quantitative data, but we’re obviously going to go and gather a little qual too…

Megan Simmons, UX Consultant: 

“cxp is a great place to work since we practice what we preach – it’s an empathy driven workplace”

Ollie Miller, Creative Director: 

“There are no egos at cxpartners. From my experience that’s very unique. It means you can be you. You can feel comfortable sharing your ideas with people who really value your thoughts and really listen.”

Lauren Howells, Marketing Manager: 

“We have such a supportive culture with space for everyone to have an opinion and speak up”

Chris Edge, Account Director

“It’s such a friendly and passionate team at cx, a diverse mix of skillsets working well together to really make a massive difference to our clients”

Nicola Pritchard, Senior User Researcher:  

“Flexibility, support, adult to adult relationships, everyone’s proper passion for their subject, feeling connected, feeling heard, having permission to bring my whole self to work without judgement, total kindness of all the people here. 

When I stop and think, that’s an amazing list!”

Henry Bacon, UX Consultant:

“I’ve only been here for about 6 weeks, but so far I’d say the people! Everyone’s super friendly and welcoming.”

Sharon Webster, UX Consultant: 

“What I love about working at cx is being empowered, having opportunities to develop my career, learn from awesome colleagues and that being people-centred is lived and breathed here. Oh and there’s some fun projects too!”

Mark Skinner, Principal UX Consultant: 

“I think the best thing is that we’re not expected to be robots – we can be ourselves, and when we need support, it’s there!”

Claire Barrett, Senior UX Consultant: 

“Today’s pod catch up demonstrated one (of the many!) reasons cx is a great place to work… a bunch of lovely human beings asking brilliant questions on subjects that matter and just generally having insightful chats!” 

Join us! 

Not only are we a Great Place to Work, but we also have some pretty great benefits too, including: 

  • 25 days holiday
  • MacBook laptop and iPhone with call plan
  • A generous hobby fund to spend on what you like
  • A personal training budget of £750 per annum
  • Working from home budget
  • Flexible working and supportive of remote working
  • Cash-back healthcare scheme with BUPA
  • Pension plan 
  • Life insurance 
  • Free eye test
  • Enhanced maternity and adoption pay

We offer ‘remote-first’ working, with offices available in London and Bristol, and are currently recruiting for:

However, if you’re keen to join the team but your skillset doesn’t quite match the roles above – get in touch, we’d still love to hear from you.


About cxpartners

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