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22 July 2022
We’re thrilled to announce that Experian has ranked 38 in the Super Large Organisation size category and is among 263 UK-based organisations recognised as a Best Workplace for Women™ by Great Place to Work UK®. As an organisation, we are committed to ensuring employees are able to reach their full potential, no matter who they are or what they do. There is always work to be done – but only by first identifying the gaps in your experiences can we truly take action to close them, which is why an

Flexible Working

We care about work that works, whether that’s about where you work or adjusting your hours to fit better with your life. Our flexible working practices, including our hybrid working model where you can split your working time between the office and your home, support our belief that this balance brings long-lasting benefits for our business as well as ensuring that our people can balance successful careers with their commitments and interests outside of work. So that you can love where you work, please discuss what works for you with your recruiter during the hiring process.


We offer a wide range of benefits ranging from family, lifestyle and wellbeing, including: - Hybrid working with office hubs in London, Nottingham, Glasgow and Dublin - Pension Contribution - Share Purchase Plan - Bupa Private Medical Insurance - Life Assurance and Critical illness cover - Online discounts portal with access to hundreds of discounts and benefits - Annual travel ticket loan - Free access to Experian products such as Credit Expert and Autocheck - 26 weeks full pay for maternity and adoption leave - 18 weeks full pay for shared parental leave - 2 weeks full pay for paternity leave - Paid leave for fertility treatment and neo-natal leave - Buy up to 8 additional days of holiday and sell up to 5 - 5 family care and emergency leave days - 3 Volunteering Days

Employee Networks

Each and every one of our people deserves to feel valued, represented, and that they belong at Experian. We have a number of employee-led groups that play a huge part in creating inclusion and advocating on behalf of our people. These groups are not only a safe space for anyone who needs it, but also drive change and build awareness across Experian, raising the standard for everyone.
Employee Network Groups


We have recently been awarded a silver award for our commitment to the inclusion of LGBTQ+ people in the UK by Stonewall, the world’s second largest LGBTQ+ charity. We have also been ranked among the 250 organisations on the UK’s Best Workplaces ™ for Wellbeing list by Great Place to Work UK®, as well as being ranked a Top Employer® for the sixth year in a row!

Bring Your Whole Self To Work

At Experian we want to create a better tomorrow for people, organisations and communities around the world. To do that we need to start with ourselves – making sure diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) runs through everything we do. That’s something we never forget – and we’re incredibly proud of the diverse culture we’ve created. We know everyone is an individual and makes a unique contribution. The different backgrounds and experiences that our employees bring to their teams drive innovation and create an inspiring workplace. We want you to feel accepted for who you are and to feel safe, valued and to help us build a culture of true belonging. Experian is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and we take affirmative action to create a more inclusive and equitable world of work. We are committed to equal employment opportunities regardless of age, disability, gender identity, marital status, race, ethnicity, faith or belief, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, Veteran status or whether you’re pregnant or on family leave.

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Spirit of Giving 2022!

Over Christmas, our amazing employees volunteered their time to give back to the local communities. Hundreds of donated gifts were wrapped for children, a food bank donation was set up, and there were Christmassy crafts for local schoolchildren. What a great way to give back at Christmas!
People wrapping presents on tables with a Christmas tree in the background.

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Dublin, EI


£730m to £4bn (GBP)