“We’re thrilled to be re-certified as a Great Place to Work, because the designation is based on feedback from the employees themselves. There is no better testament to our culture than that,” said Tom Guse, president of VFS USA. “We are big believers in trust-based leadership, and our workforce is engaged, connected and passionate.”
VFS USA received its first Great Place to Work certification in 2016, and re-applied for the designation in early 2018, submitting an application detailing company demographics, policies and practices. The final step in the re-certification process was the Great Place to Work Trust Index Employee Survey, which was sent to more than 200 VFS employees across the U.S. to gather input.
“To achieve a great workplace culture, we need to have the right people in place, and encourage them to contribute and be innovative. Being re-certified as a Great Place to Work is an indication that we’re succeeding,” said Jes Schneider, VP Human Resources for VFS Region Americas.
Volvo Financial Services is the global finance arm of the Volvo Group.
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