Revolut looks to improve corporate culture

UK’s highest-valued fintech, Revolut, is set to make an internal shift this week as it addresses issues with its workplace culture. The company, known for its commitment to finding “execution machines,” is assembling a behavioral team to help make its culture more “human.” The “CultureLab” team will help bring in a new set of “value-based behaviors.”

In an internal memo, the firm hopes to share with employees on Friday, Revolut said it would be “upgrading” its culture and creating this new set of values to ensure “value-driven, business output-oriented behaviors.”

The company has been struggling to secure its UK banking license for a few years now, and some argue that this change has been brought in with the hopes that it will help stakeholders trust that Revolut has a healthy culture in place.

Currently, Revolut has five values: get it done, deliver WOW, dream team, never settle and think deeper. These values are set to remain the same, but the new set of “expected behaviors” aims to enhance the culture.

The new CultureLab team will combine both the ‘People Experience’ team and ‘Employer Branding’ team, with three new team members set to be recruited over the next few months, an operations manager, an applied behavioral scientist, and a designer.

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