Our ethos of creativity, curiosity and connectivity is embedded throughout our company, our people and our culture.
How We Work
Our work culture is defined by a commitment to excellence, a passion for storytelling, and a relentless pursuit of quality.
We believe in fostering an environment where every idea is valued, and every individual's potential is realised. Transparency and open communication are at the heart of how we work. We encourage our employees to share their thoughts, insights, and feedback freely, ensuring that every voice is heard and valued.
We embrace technology and trends, constantly pushing the boundaries of what entertainment is and how it's made. We're not afraid of taking creative risks or challenging the status quo.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
We aspire to tell stories that connect people around the world. We believe our shows should reflect and celebrate the world we live in, and we want to create irresistible entertainment and engage with our audience. To achieve this, we must have people from all backgrounds, cultures, and of all identities working in our teams and on our shows, and we will commit to creating opportunities by being inclusive in all that we do.
We aspire to create irresistible entertainment that doesn’t compromise the earth. Fremantle’s target is to be carbon neutral by 2030. To achieve this, we aim to reduce our business and production emissions by at least 50% from a 2018 baseline. We also recognise that, with a global audience of millions, we have a duty and responsibility to use our influence for good. Our producers, storytellers, writers and craft experts must unleash their creativity to engage audiences in understanding climate change and in inspiring positive action for the planet.
When you join Fremantle, you join a connected global family where everyone has a part to play. We have a wide range of roles depending on region, from development and production through to management and support positions.
If you're interested in finding out more, contact your local Fremantle office.