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News Badger Life Jen Speirs

Genderless parental leave at Red Badger

We’ve developed our most inclusive family leave policy yet and we’re pretty sure it is leading the way for the workplace of the future. We want to support all parents in taking an active role in raising their families, and enable women to return to…

Badger Life Opinion Abi Coe

Your friend the impostor

We’ve all heard about impostor syndrome, the likelihood is that you have it, the fact that you’re reading this I would suggest makes it even more probable, after all around 70% of us do. Impostor syndrome doesn’t discriminate, it affects people at…

News Badger Life Red Badger Team

12 days of Red Badger - Our 2018 in review

Over the Christmas break, we took the opportunity to highlight the 12 most impactful changes to our business in 2018. This was a big year for us. Our team surpassed well beyond the 100 person mark, we partnered with a highly innovative product…

Badger Life Delivery Michelle Vidler

Power Hour at Red Badger

It’s no secret that I love Gretchen Rubin, the author and podcaster who discusses happiness and human nature. Most of her tips and strategies are for home life but I started thinking; could these also apply to work?

leadership Badger Life Cain Ullah

Red Badger - eight years and maturing nicely

It is crazy that three years have already passed since I was writing a similar blog post to this, celebrating Red Badger turning 5. In that previous post I started by mentioning how time goes so quickly and that still rings true. I cannot believe…

Badger Life Jen Speirs

Let’s talk about mental health

Mental health is a topic close to many badgers' hearts and last year we collectively nominated Mind as our company charity. Since then, we’ve been working to become a mentally healthy workforce; reducing the stigma associated with mental health and…

Badger Life Opinion Andrea Moore

There’s no (P) I in Team. But there is a me.

A tale of using insight to build a highly creative tribe.

Predictive Index (PI) is a funny thing. You answer three questions and get a scarily accurate report back. It’s not quite the denial/acceptance realisation but there are stages of initial…