Ask our e-commerce and digital teams and they’ll tell you about the sprints they’ve finished and what’s up next. Our researchers will speak volumes about how their data and intelligence is affecting next year’s planning and forecasting. Our service and performance experts – they’re the people responsible for maintaining our extraordinary customer satisfaction scores – will have a different answer again.
The thing is, we don’t do ‘one-size-fits-all’ at Freeway. We’re an insurance business, yes. We’re also a service business, a technology business, a data analysis business and a fast-growth business with exciting plans.
Private medical insurance
Free car parking
Competitive bonus scheme
Company reward scheme
Company social events
Structured career progression
Exciting times for the Freeway family
With the wisdom earned over 20 years in business and the energy of a hungry start-up, Freeway has attracted colleagues from the worlds of fast fashion, international retail and high street banking who have understood our goals and wanted in on the action.
There’s never been a more exciting time to join the Freeway family as we navigate a period of unprecedented growth.
We’ve got big ambitions – to revolutionise how vehicle insurance is delivered to drivers, to be the finest example of e-commerce in the insurance industry and to attract and look after talent.
To achieve them we need brilliant people in disciplines beyond insurance with a thirst for progress that matches our own.
We promise you the freedom to define your role, the support to develop your potential and a genuine meritocracy in which to progress. We offer competitive salaries, a good pension scheme, private medical insurance and an outstanding package of additional employee benefits.
Freeway has a recognition scheme where staff are rewarded in the following areas:
Attendance and punctuality
Freeway's team rewards include:
As specialists in our field Freeway is one of the UK’s leading providers of taxi insurance. We work closely with a range of insurers to offer high quality insurance products at competitive prices.
Remember to make sure you’re doing what is right and fair for our clients. Always look to treat clients in the same way you’d want to be treated.
We should all value differences and support each other to work together towards our goals. This makes us stronger as a company.
Our aim is to always do the very best for our clients and develop long term relationships, by treating them fairly and considering their personal requirements.
Always be open and honest with clients, colleagues and partners. Embrace feedback. We can all learn, develop and share knowledge.
Investors in People
Freeway is proud to have achieved the Investor in People Gold Award on our first attempt. The prestigious accreditation is recognised across the world as a mark of excellence and an indicator of a thriving organisation with positive leadership and lots of opportunity.
We understand that investing in people is vital for every employee’s success and for Freeway to achieve its potential. Our Gold status benchmarks us against some of the world’s largest and most forward-thinking organisations and tells you, our future talent and our customers, that we’re committed to the development, progression and performance of our incredible team.
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