Spend more time with your family.
Hit the shops.
Get a round of golf in.
Take up THAT hobby.
Have a duvet day.
What would you do with an extra day off every week?
Here at PRS, we’re challenging the norm so that our superheroes can strike the right balance between work and play.
Being one of the UK’s leading Property & Built Environment recruiters means our workplace is high-energy, fast-paced and exciting, with no two days the same. It’s therefore essential that our team feels happy, healthy and refreshed so they can perform at their best to achieve their goals.
Introducing the 4-day work week isn’t a gimmick for PRS. Various organisations across the globe have trialled shorter working weeks to great success, reporting increased job satisfaction, reduced stress, better work-life balance and higher productivity levels.
Additionally, a shorter working week feeds into PRS’s commitment to protecting our environment by reducing both our company and employee carbon footprint.
Sound Like Your Cup Of Tea?
Contact our Head of People, Mehreen Ali below. We can't wait to hear from you.
That's not all...
At PRS, we like our staff to feel appreciated, which is why we offer a plethora of perks, including:
Lucrative, uncapped commission structure
Incentivised bonuses and prizes (High Achievers Club)
Fast career progression with a roadmap to management
Training and development - regular one-to-one and team meetings
Phoenix Club - exclusive discounts and perks, employee recognition and wellbeing including travel, health, childcare and so much more
Regular social activities
30 days holiday rising with service/Buy and sell holidays
At PRS, we’re committed to nurturing a positive workplace culture where everyone feels included and appreciated.
We want our growth to be organic.
We’re a meritocracy. Everyone has the right to express their opinions and are encouraged to share them openly so we can make the right decisions.
We cultivate a family environment where we help one another and everyone has your back.
Collaboration is key. No ring-fencing, no pitting people against each other; we’re in this together.
We’re social. We regularly get together outside of work, with only one rule - leave the office at the door.
Let’s have some fun!