All the things that make winning company cultures packaged in one easy-to-use platform
Education, tools and support to keep your people fighting fit
Hundreds of discounts and freebies to stretch those salaries
Manage users, crunch numbers and get support from fellow humans
Incentivise and celebrate your outstanding people
Insights from people leaders for people leaders
The stories behind our growing community of customers
Ebooks and infographics to bolster your people initiatives
Lists, articles and how-tos on everything employee engagement
Live and on-demand doses of people leadership best practice
Perkbox Live isn’t an event series: it’s a movement
Perkbox didn’t appear out of thin air. If we seem madly passionate about creating happier places to work, it’s because we’ve been on the other side, too.
From our co-founders, to our newest recruits, countless Perkboxers have migrated from companies that didn’t quite grasp the importance of a positive workplace experience.
The average person spends a third of their life at work. That’s a lot of hours, minutes, and seconds, right? We believe these should be spent in an environment that’s supportive and inspiring.
Not that we were experts to begin with – but over the years, we’ve formed a team of people who would go above and beyond for one another.
The best part? We get to share this culture with you and your team.
Talking about a great company culture is one thing – living it is quite another. This blog is our chance to lift the lid on the Perkbox experience, and reveal what it’s really like to work here.
My lovely hair was unrecognisable afterwards
Bring some fun to your workplace in three simple steps
I left my first Perkbox Live event with some pearls of wisdom
Our Northern Perkboxers live happily ever after at a brand new office
Watch us bid adieu to our Building Manager, Perkbox-style
We don't just engage teams – we engage our cores, too!
What songs put the wind in their sales?
Meditation seems simple enough, until you start wondering whether you left the oven on...
Being late for work might signal a bad morning – but it doesn’t have to ruin your day