Responsibility is a virtue, not a burden
We already see ourselves as people of good behaviour, but improvements are still possible. We have developed two annual goals that fit our profile and where we can improve.
One goal is to reduce catering food waste. Overloaded buffets and food waste are major issues in many office environments. Well, not on our watch. We are fans and avid users of Officely, an extension to our preferred communication platform Slack. With Officely, our office manager knows exactly who’s around and who’s not – and can order food accordingly.
In case of leftovers, we store them in our office kitchen for Frankly's to enjoy during the day. Luckily, there are always hungry people around in our team. We even encourage employees to doggy bag leftover food and bring it home to their friends and families. Who doesn’t like a zero-effort meal?
We have assembled a group of Frankly’s to look closely at relevant improvements on the EcoVadis scoreboard.
Learn about our other commitments
In order to deliver – and more – on our promises to clients, we need an agile and well-structured approach to creative problem-solving.
From Clients to Partners
Working collaboratively and openly with clients is a big thing for us. In a survey among clients of digital agencies, Frankly came top with a customer satisfaction rating of 88%.
Question: Is a healthy business a business that prioritises ethical practices? A business that operates efficiently and transparently and values customer service? A profitable business?
For an inclusive work environment to, well, work, you need your people to feel respected, valued and taken care of – wherever they’re based. In other words, you need healthy people.
As One Frankly
There’s no denying it; we want to be one of the best damn places to work. And that goes for everyone – employees, freelancers, contract workers, etc.
Imposter syndrome has no place at Frankly. If your work doesn’t feel easy, that’s the sweet spot.
Simple & Transparent
Bureaucracy and creativity aren’t exactly a dream team, and keeping the insidious creep of complexity out of an ever-expanding business can’t be left to chance.
We are a diverse bunch, with 18 languages and 19 nationalities already bringing their numerous skills and unique abilities to the table.