We’re always looking for people that share our values of openness, courage, curiosity and creativity.
PHD is a business where progress comes as standard; whatever your role. Our people are brilliant specialists.
Naturally relaxed and autonomous, we work collaboratively irrespective of location or specialism.
"Making the leap sums up our approach to people as well as brands. We help people get to where they want to be in their careers by enabling them to progress with confidence and ease."
Philippa Brown, Worldwide CEO, PHD
Everyone has a clear learning pathway, whatever their specialism.
Our advanced programs for senior and high-performing team members are respected within the industry and enable us to reward those who give it their all.
Mental health is something we all have. When it’s good, we have a clear sense of purpose and direction and feel we can cope with whatever life (and work) throws at us. But just as our physical health changes, our mental health goes through ups and downs too.
At PHD, we believe that raising awareness of potential mental health issues in the workplace is part of fostering an inclusive workplace, where people feel able to bring their whole selves to work.
Working with clients who share our commitment, we share ideas, learn together, and create DEI initiatives that are strategic, data-driven, and contribute to our long-term business goals.
Our mission is to attract, retain and develop the most diverse talent in the industry and continue to nurture an inclusive culture.
Aimed at people who have been in their role for over a year, our Talent Mobility Program establishes a culture of trust and transparency, gets people thinking about their long-term future with PHD, and helps them to develop as individuals.
Team members follow an internal retention plan and work with our HR team to find the right move for them. The Program is a win-win; it’s a great way for the business to retain good people and for team members to stay inspired and motivated in their role at PHD.
The workplace has changed irreversibly over the past year and accelerated our commitment to adaptive working practices.
This is no longer a niche issue relating to one or two groups; it is something that most people value.
We intend to continue exploring progressive and innovative approaches to agile working by investing in technology and policy change.