Great to work at Volvo Financial Services

For the first time, Volvo Group's customer finance company, Volvo Financial Services in USA has been certified by the Great Place to Work Institute, a global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures.
Group of Volvo Financial Services employees

“Employee engagement is our number one focus area at VFS, and being recognized as a Great Place To Work is a testament to the dedication of every person on our team,” said Tom Guse, President of VFS USA. 

“In addition to fostering trust through a transparent, inclusive environment, we offer ongoing opportunities for our employees to develop and expand their skills. This culture of learning and adding value helps to empower our team and drive our continued success.” 

The review process to become a certified Great Place to Work includes an application which compiles information on company demographics, policies, practices and philosophy. The Great Place to Work Trust Index Employee Survey was then sent to more than 200 VFS employees across the USA to gather input. 

A combination of factors contributed to VFS’ Great Place to Work designation, including a strong commitment to wellness programs, active community involvement and excellent employee benefits such as a generous amount of earned time off.

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