VFS Brazil is a great place to work

For the first time, VFS Brazil is certified as a “Great Place to Work”, and is celebrating with a new employee campaign intended to enhance the team’s already-high levels of engagement and performance.
VFS Brazil

The 2018-2019 certification was awarded to VFS by the Great Place to Work Institute, a global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. Nearly 90% of VFS Brazil employees completed the Great Place to Work Trust Index Employee Survey, which gathered anonymous input to compile information on company demographics, policies, practices and philosophy.

"The engagement of our VFS Brazil colleagues is critical to our success as a team and to the value we bring to VFS and the Volvo Group," says Ruy Meirelles, President of VFS Brazil. "In order to continue to provide best-in-class service to our customers and sister Business Area colleagues, we need to cultivate an internal environment of trust and collaboration. Our Great Place to Work certification shows us we are succeeding."

"We have a passionate, engaged team in Brazil, which has successfully weathered many recent economic challenges and emerged stronger than ever before," says Jes Schneider, VP Human Resources, VFS Region Americas. "VFS Brazil is a model of resilience and success within our organization, and embodies our aspiration to be Employer of Choice

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