Training, mentoring and peer support are critical to how we get things done and this feeds into our mantra that Grosvenor is a safe pair of hands. This starts with our commitment to ensure each member of our consulting team are that safe pair of hands to their client.
As a member of our team, you'll be held accountable for the quality of your work. In turn we provide a supportive culture where it's easy for you to put your hand up and find the support you need.
We value strongly a culture where everyone pitches in, picks up their load and invests back into the firm to share their knowledge and expertise.
Work life balance for Grosvenor is not just a nice set of words. It has real meaning. Unlike many consulting firms, we don't work our people into the ground.
We know we need people at their best to deliver the best, ensuring people aren't drained of energy and have time to do the things they love outside of work is very important to us.
We have a super talented and fun bunch of people here at Grosvenor. To keep them happy, healthy and kicking goals in their professional and personal lives, we’re proud to offer the following to our employees.
We know that people prefer different ways of working. Some have commitments outside of work to manage, some regularly need to work from home rather than the office. We have a workplace flexibility policy that respects the fact that the type of people we employ take responsibility for ensuring they contribute and meet the needs to the business.
We know it can be an amazing and unpredictable roller coaster for families welcoming a new child into the world. So we're proud to offer 12 weeks paid leave for Primary Carers and 6 weeks paid leave for Partners of Primary Carers to ensure all our staff are retained and feel loved, independent of their unique circumstances.
There’s something special about working in a company in which all employees are bright, energetic, focused and pleasant people to be around. Throughout the year we take breaks from our busy working lives to celebrate major events and enjoy each other’s company.
To take the pressure off during busy times, boost morale and reduce stress, we find that it’s the little things that can make a bit of difference to an employee’s day such as: