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Founded in 2011, Culture Amp is the world’s leading people analytics platform. A job in London at
													 Culture Amp

We're passionate about helping companies understand the connection between people and culture. A job in London at
													 Culture Amp

We currently operate globally in Melbourne, San Francisco, New York City and London.

Our mission is to make the world a better place to work.

Our vision is to allow 10,000+ organisations learn how to build a better culture through our survey platform

Do you want to be part of this journey with us?

Why work at Culture Amp?

Because you are a People Geek.

Because you want to learn more, faster.

Because you want to work with organizations just like these...

Because you want to work at scale. (We are going to change more workplaces than all the consultants put together)


  • International company with opportunities to travel
  • Professional coaching for any area of your life
  • Flexible work arrangements

  • Monthly cake day and Thirsty Third Thursdays
  • Recharge Time Off
  • Genuine Team Work (no sales commission)
  • Startups
    Small but growing fast, where things change quickly. You'll need to be hard-working and flexible, but you'll know your work matters.
  • Team Work
    Everyone's ideas are listened to, and from cleaner to CEO, you all have a chance to contribute.
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  • Super Cool
    If you love it when people wish they had your job, then getting up to work for these guys every day will be easy.
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  • Top Tech
    Work with the latest technology and know that your workmates are as excited about it as you are.
Culture Amp launches its own take on performance reviews
11 Nov 2016

Since launching five years ago, Culture Amp has focused on employee engagement and corporate culture. Now, Culture Amp is tackling the performance review space — something its CEO Didier Elzinga (pictured above) has wanted to do since day one — with the launch of the Employee Effectiveness tool.

“We built an early version of this when I started the company,” Elzinga told me. “This was actually my original idea, but we shelved it because we felt like we weren’t tapping into the niche that was there.”

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Culture Amp launches its own take on performance reviews
3 Oct 2016

Since launching five years ago, Culture Amp has focused on employee engagement and corporate culture. Now, Culture Amp is tackling the performance review space — something its CEO Didier Elzinga (pictured above) has wanted to do since day one — with the launch of the Employee Effectiveness tool.

“We built an early version of this when I started the company,” Elzinga told me. “This was actually my original idea, but we shelved it because we felt like we weren’t tapping into the niche that was there.”

People now seem much more open to the idea of revamping performance reviews, Elzinga said. Ahead of the launch, Culture Amp beta tested the product with some of its customers, including Etsy. Its other customers include Airbnb, Pinterest and Slack. Read More

You aspire to learn the craft of sales in a team setting. You are deeply curious and passionate about people and culture, and how nurturing these makes a difference in an organization. -
Culture Amp is growing and we are looking to hire yet another Strategist into our Insights team! You’ll be a champion of feedback strategy and people analytics within our London, UK team. -
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