What we do

We work to turn data into something meaningful. We gather, analyse, combine and process it to help people and organisations achieve their goals – whether that means planning for a secure future or getting to know your customers better.

We are the largest provider of data in the world. This sets us apart in our ability to affect real change on a global scale and offer you a seat at a table you can be proud of.

To reflect our vision, we are committed to investing our community and giving back.


How we do it

One side of our business focuses on financial access. As a Credit Bureau, we use data to help millions of people gain financial access. We don't make lending decisions, but we do provide information to help banks, mortgage lenders, credit card issuers and other types of creditors make decisions. 

​The other side is built on powerful modelling and data/decision analytics. Digital innovation is reshaping the way we function. Robotics, AI (Artificial Intelligence) augmented/virtual reality, the vastly growing internet - and we are at the heart of it driving change for our clients and customers all around the world. 

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Our Culture

Our culture is built on people. We value transparency and insist upon a high trust environment. We want you to feel empowered to drive innovation and have endless opportunities to create meaningful impact in all that you do

It’s important that you feel you can belong. That you can be your whole self, right from day one. That you see your own inclusive values are represented in our policies, our employee network groups, our culture and our partnerships.

By drawing upon the combined strength of our diverse workforce, we’re stronger as a business and can better serve and represent our clients and customers around the world.


Your Career

We are passionate about what's next for you. We reward curiosity and promote growth. We believe the workplace should be a place of personal, professional and emotional fulfilment. 

If you join us you can expect a flexible working arrangement that suits you, industry training, wide-reaching career opportunities and the latest tools – everything you need to progress your career.

Our concept is simple. We believe in expanding horizons – it’s what makes Experian a global leader.

Where will your career take you?

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Experian UK&I *Ratings on Glassdoor

*Accurate as of 10/05/2021

88 percent

Culture & Values

How satisfied Experian employees are with our culture, values and ethos.

90 percent

Diversity & Inclusion

How satisfied Experian employees are  with our diversity and inclusion efforts.

82 percent

Compensation & Benefits

How satisfied Experian employees are with our pay, benefits and overall compensation.

88 percent

Recommend to a Friend

How likely an Experian employee would recommend us to others.


Our Benefits

Our flexible and core benefits* focus on Health, Money, Lifestyle and Family, so you can tailor benefits and recommendations to your own personal needs.

Your Money

  • Competitive basic salary
  • Pension contribution
  • Annual bonus scheme or commission (depending on role)
  • Car allowance (depending on role)
  • Share purchase plan
  • Renting and Mortgage advice
  • Life assurance cover of 4x your basic salary
  • Salary finance (e.g taking out a loan and repaying via your salary)
  • Free access to Experian products such as Credit Expert and Autocheck

Your Lifestyle

  • Hybrid working with office hubs in London, Nottingham, Glasgow and Dublin
  • Buy up to 8 additional days of holiday and sell up to 5
  • Employee network groups including LGBTQ+, Black at Experian, Menopause, Faith, Women, Autism and mental health 
  • Dedicated wellbeing programme, with access to Mindfulness sessions
  • Online discounts portal with access to hundreds of discounts and benefits 
  • Annual travel ticket loan, free use of some buses to the office
  • GymFlex
  • Bike for Work

Your Health

  • 24/7 GP Service
  • Life Assurance and Critical illness cover
  • Bupa Private Medical Insurance
  • LifeWorks Employee Assistance Programme -  fast, free and confidential support
  • Mental Health support, including a group of employees who are trained Mental Health First Aiders
  • Advice, support and resources covering a wide range of health topics such as sleep and nutrition
  • Desk assessments and eye care vouchers

Your Family

  • 26 weeks full pay for maternity and adoption leave
  • 18 weeks full pay for shared parental leave
  • 2 weeks full pay for paternity leave
  • Paid leave for fertility treatment
  • Paid leave for neo-natal Leave
  • Paid parent and carers leave
  • Support and advice when caring for elderly relatives
  • Access to resources to help support your financial wellbeing

Graduate, Apprentice or Placement?

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We're proud to be recognised as a Top UK Employer 2022!

Not once, twice - but six years in a row!

Every year the Top Employers Institute annual research programme recognises leading employers around the world. 

Organisations certified as Top Employers dedicate themselves to providing the very best working environment for employees through their progressive ‘people-first’ HR practices.

That's why we're thrilled to announce we've been certified as a Top Employer six years in a row!

Given the many challenges presented over the last 2 years, we couldn’t be prouder. This year in particular our people have worked hard to stay connected and as a business we have been determined to ensure that the diverse needs within our workforce are accommodated. 

Our ability to exercise progressive policies, such as greater flexibility and enhanced wellbeing offerings, has been essential for our people to adapt to a very different way of working successfully (as well as the many virtual games of bingo, video walks and virtual cocktail parties!).  

Read more below in a blog from our HR Director, Rachel Duncan.

Blog: Experian named as a Top Employer 2022