Our Values

Stagecast team

What We Believe

We are proud of the ethos and values which underpin everything we do at Stagecast.

In particular, we believe our collaborative approach, mutual respect, passion for music, and aptitude for nurturing a relaxed and enjoyable working environment where contributions from everyone are valued make Stagecast a great place to work.

You can read more in some of our company policies:

Committed to Diversity

Everyone is an individual with visible and non-visible differences and by respecting this everyone can feel valued for their contribution. We acknowledge that equality and diversity are not interchangeable but interdependent. There can be no equality of opportunity if difference is not valued.

As an organisation, we commit to:

  • select individuals for employment and make decisions regarding promotion on the basis of aptitude and ability, regardless of sex, gender identity, race, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital/family status, pregnancy/maternity status, religion/beliefs, or socio-economic status
  • empower employees, freelance staff, creative collaborators and clients to feel invested in working with us as a company, and in adopting our values when doing so, by having a clear and easily-accessible values statement and policy, allowing people to choose to work with/for us on a more informed footing.
  • encourage equality, diversity and inclusion across our organisation, by being aware of unconscious bias, by communicating the importance of managing bias, and through awareness & training
  • consider and encourage diversity, accessibility and sustainability with every new professional engagement, both on-screen and behind the camera.

 

A Great Place to Work

4 Day Week Accreditation Badge

Stagecast is proud to support the campaign for the Four-Day Week, and is an accredited gold standard employer. We believe this is important for:

  • employee happiness and wellbeing
  • flexibility – flexible working patterns make Stagecast a more inclusive workplace for people with caring responsibilities
  • productivity – numerous studies have shown that a four-day week boosts productivity
  • innovation – rested minds are more creative and more likely to imagine and discover new and better ways to create.

Additionally, Stagecast commits to paying the real Living Wage, and is an accredited Living Wage Employer. By paying the real Living Wage, we are voluntarily taking a stand to ensure all our employees, freelance staff and sub-contractors can earn a wage which is enough to live on. That basic fairness is at the heart of what we believe as a company. Furthermore, we are fully committed to paying the London Living Wage to all our employees living in the capital.

Living Wage logo

A Great Place to Work

Stagecast is proud to support the campaign for the Four-Day Week, and is an accredited gold standard employer. We believe this is important for:

  • employee happiness and wellbeing
  • flexibility – flexible working patterns make Stagecast a more inclusive workplace for people with caring responsibilities
  • productivity – numerous studies have shown that a four-day week boosts productivity
  • innovation – rested minds are more creative and more likely to imagine and discover new and better ways to create.
4 Day Week Accreditation Badge
London Living Wage employer

Additionally, Stagecast commits to paying the real Living Wage, and is an accredited Living Wage Employer.

By paying the real Living Wage, we are voluntarily taking a stand to ensure all our employees, freelance staff and sub-contractors can earn a wage which is enough to live on. That basic fairness is at the heart of what we believe as a company. Furthermore, we are fully committed to paying the London Living Wage to all our employees living in the capital.

A Great Place to Work

4 Day Week Accreditation Badge

Stagecast is proud to support the campaign for the Four-Day Week, and is an accredited gold standard employer. We believe this is important for:

  • employee happiness and wellbeing
  • flexibility – flexible working patterns make Stagecast a more inclusive workplace for people with caring responsibilities
  • productivity – numerous studies have shown that a four-day week boosts productivity
  • innovation – rested minds are more creative and more likely to imagine and discover new and better ways to create.
London Living Wage employer

Additionally, Stagecast commits to paying the real Living Wage, and is an accredited Living Wage Employer.

By paying the real Living Wage, we are voluntarily taking a stand to ensure all our employees, freelance staff and sub-contractors can earn a wage which is enough to live on. That basic fairness is at the heart of what we believe as a company. Furthermore, we are fully committed to paying the London Living Wage to all our employees living in the capital.

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