Lloyds Banking Group’s Diversity and Inclusion team commissioned us to make ‘Take A Second’. Understanding that despite all the mechanisms in place, workplace friction still persists, and was recognised as a brake on success. This mandatory video-led programme was made to educate every employee in the Group. It had a simple aim: be more mindful of other people’s feelings, no matter how much pressure you’re under and together we can make this a better and more inclusive place to work for everyone.
Scottish & Southern Energy are an energy company who supply electric, gas, home services and telecoms to people in a reliable and sustainable way.
To create a step change in Service, SSE has launched an internal campaign around the idea of treating Customers as Family. They want employees to think ‘who in my family is this person like (mother, brother, grandmother etc.)?’, then shape their behaviour accordingly.
This in turn creates amazing experiences. The film to bring this idea to life is closely based on real incidents, with actors playing customers but all SSE employees involved in the stories playing themselves.
The film was a call-to-arms to embrace and promote the programme for the long term and get more young people recruited through internships, business start-ups, and graduate recruitment. Its simplicity and effectiveness drew some really positive feedback from the client and audience alike, and numerous language versions were created.
BUPA needed a film to be shown at their staff conference. The aim of the film was to remind BUPA staff, that whatever they do and wherever they work, they all contribute to making BUPA members live longer, healthier and happier lives.This drama follows various rail passengers as they arrive/depart from London’s Liverpool Street Station. We used real BUPA employees to tell their stories about how they’ve been impacting their customer’s lives.
We made this to commemorate the retirement of British Council’s outgoing Chief Executive, Martin Davidson. We wrote a caption script, turned it into a PowerPoint, and a call went out around the world – the huge amount of contributions we received helped us to make a really special film to thank Martin for his service and what the Council had achieved during his time at the helm.
We travelled the length and breadth of the country, shooting over the course of 11 days. Combining an emotive music track with a distinctive super slow-motion visual style, we focus on 4 powerful stories which portray a diverse range of British Gas people doing their jobs, all narrated by relatives who love and respect them. As part of the production, we produced separate stories for each story, and this is one of those stories.