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We create a culture of positive change and the opportunity to thrive.
What matters to us
Accordience is actively committed to creating a welcoming, open, and inclusive culture that nurtures creativity, innovation, and excellence. We promise to build and uphold a culture where all our employees feel empowered to be themselves, to be appreciated for who they are and the value they bring to the group.
We believe in working the right way, which is why each of the companies that make up Accordience is fully committed to our Group working policies. Our commitment extends to employee health, safety, and wellbeing, along with upholding internationally recognised human rights standards. We protect information security, support confidential reporting, and collaborate with suppliers to deliver sustainable, high-quality services for our clients.
Our commitment to sustainability
Accordience’s group companies prioritise sustainability, focusing on reducing carbon emissions, conserving resources, and minimising waste. We actively engage employees in sustainability initiatives, promote eco-friendly practices, and collaborate with suppliers that have strong environmental credentials. Our measures include efficient technology use, recycling systems, and water stewardship.
Without brilliant people, our award-winning agencies would be…well, just agencies. With a presence in over 20 countries, collaborating to make the difference for some of the world’s biggest brands, we’re always on the lookout for world-leading talent to join our teams. Could that be you?
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