The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom. Sometimes known as the “Old Lady” of Threadneedle Street, the Bank was founded in 1694 with a founding charter that stated its purpose was to “promote the public good and benefit of our people”. The Bank of England’s purpose today reflects that vision first articulated by our founders. Our mission: to promote the good of the people of the United Kingdom by maintaining monetary and financial stability.
Threadneedle St, London, EC2R 8AH
The Bank of England is in the top 20 highest-rated companies for work-life balance in the UK and aims to offer flexible working hours and flexible leave options wherever possible to balance employees' work commitments with their personal commitments. The aim is for leaders to encourage work flexibility while also concentrating on equality for all, with equal contribution no matter where employees decide to work.
What we love about the Bank of England:
💡 Bank of England focus on well-being and work-life balance, and are open to discussing a variety of flexible working options such as variable hours, part-time work and home working.
💡 The Bank of England is moving away from traditional working patterns as they are aware that with changing times, employees require different things. These needs may be ever-changing and will vary throughout a career.
What's worth checking about the Bank of England:
💡 Flexible arrangements may be dependent on the level of seniority and job role.
Articles about the Bank of England:
💡 Bank of England tells staff to come into the office one day a week
💡 Bank of England considers flexible working despite Bailey's vow