At Improbable, we come together as one team, but it’s in our differences – backgrounds, skills, perspectives, ideas – that you’ll find our true strengths. They allow us to go beyond what was once thought possible, anchored in our core belief that multiplayer games and simulated environments will have an increasingly profound impact on the world.
All this is enhanced further through our values, because they are how we get the best out of ourselves – and one another.
We don’t rely on our status, especially if we have the authority to make decisions. We always assume good intent and stay true to our cause. We listen hard and stay grounded. We own our mistakes and work together to do what’s needed to fix them.
We’re determined to achieve extraordinary things and we expect to succeed. We ask ‘how’, not ‘if’, because it’s only by aiming for the impossible that we’ll discover and extend the limits of the possible.
It’s okay not to know, but we value eagerness to learn. We’re proactive and pragmatic, with the resilience and courage to work through problems. We’re always curious – hungry for new knowledge, opinions and perspectives.
We learn by doing and delivering real-world results. We avoid unnecessary debate and balance building consensus with trying new things. We’re unafraid of making decisions – and brave enough to reverse them.
You know how much time you need to get the job done and you also know better than anyone how much time off you need. So how much holiday you take is up to you.
You’ve got the peace of mind of our comprehensive health and dental cover, which you can extend to partners and dependants.
Whether you’re a primary or a secondary caregiver, you can take advantage of our generous parental leave policy.
Make time for yourself with our yoga and meditation sessions, which you can join remotely when you’re working from home.
Your four-legged friends are always welcome in our office – or on Zoom.
You can benefit from our tax-efficient group pension scheme and the reassurance of life insurance cover.
“We recognise that to create a diverse and inclusive workforce, our focus must span wider than gender. It’s about promoting the right actions and behaviours, ensuring everyone has a voice and is respected and valued.” Herman Narula, CEO