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Flexible work & parenting: Becoming a Badger & a dad in just 6 weeks

Starting a new job is nerve-wracking. Starting a new job when you’re expecting a baby in six weeks is another level entirely!  That’s the position I found myself in when I joined ...

Park life! Volunteering in the local community

In August we spent a day clearing weeds instead of product backlogs. Taking advantage of Red Badger’s volunteering policy, our team carried out some park maintenance in Myatt’s ...

Why I am proud to be a Badger

The time of year is upon us when Pride fever takes over; preparations are underway for the annual parade, and companies dutifully replace logos to include the famous rainbow flag ...

Be a force multiplier

Have you got what it takes to build products from the outside-in? We’ve recently embarked on a new mission at Red Badger: to build the next generation of digital product ...

LGBTQ+ History month: Championing our favourite tech heroes

LGBTQ+ History Month, founded in 1994, is an entire month (every February) completely dedicated to understanding and appreciating the rich history of the LGBTQ+ community.  As ...

Pride 2021 & the Red Badger Social Value Taskforce

Every year, June is dedicated to celebrating the LGBTQ+ community. It manifests in a broad swath of events, parties, celebrations, marches, speeches and everything in between. No ...

How to measure psychological safety

Co-authored with Jamie Irving; originally published here.  We can probably all agree that, as we are likely to spend more time with our colleagues than our friends and family, ...

Understanding burnout and anxiety - Lunch & Learn by Spill

A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of attending a Lunch and Learn about Anxiety and Burnout. It was led by Will, a member of the team at Spill - a workplace mental health ...

Teaching people with special needs how to code

Last year, between September and November, I had the amazing opportunity to teach code to people with special needs. This experience transformed my perspective on how I bring ...

How to talk about race and diversity?

What I learnt from Lloyd’s Diversity and Inclusion champion. Sarah Chowdhury, Diversity and Inclusion champion at Lloyd’s Bank kindly took the time to talk to us at Red Badger ...

Mission Beyond Q&A with Matthew Syed on cognitive diversity

Following the Mission Beyond launch event in June, we had some brilliant questions posed by the audience that we didn't get a chance to discuss. Luckily, Matthew Syed, the author ...

Putting purpose at the heart of business

Cain Ullah, CEO of Red Badger, in an interview with Manny Amadi, CEO of C&E Advisory. Manny is a trusted advisor to some of the world's foremost companies, non-governmental ...

How diversity and recombination drive innovation

COVID-19 has impacted our world in unprecedented ways. Moving away from the tragedy and fear, one positive impact has been that of our environment being able to take a breath of ...

Supporting disabled people into employment

We’re excited to announce that we’re now a Disability Confident Committed employer. Accessibility and inclusion are really important to us, and in the future, we want to be sure ...

What did we learn at the mental health first aid training?

As ‘people people’ we deeply care about our fellow Badgers and want to make sure we’re all supported in our teams and day-to-day work. We know good health does not only have a ...

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 ...

Remembering our friend and fellow Badger, Natalie

Earlier this year, we lost our dear friend and colleague Natalie after a very short illness. Back in June we held our own Red Badger memorial for Natalie, we all wore her ...

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