Employee stories

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  • #WomenOfVFS

    12/17/2019

    ‘Get out of your comfort zone!’ 

    Don’t be afraid of trying new things – even if it isn’t easy at the beginning. That’s the mantra of Seeja Sreedharan, HR lead at VFS India.

  • #WomenOfVFS

    12/17/2019

    Going the distance with VFS 

    Experienced marathon runner Antonella Rivoltella, Legal & Collection Manager at Volvo Financial Services in Italy, is proving that she’s got what it takes to go the distance in all aspects of her life.

  • An ability to speak English has unlocked a world of opportunities for VFS Brazil’s Carla Bento, a woman driven by a desire for lifelong learning – and emulating her inspirational mother.

  • #WomenOfVFS

    12/04/2019

    VFS brings people together 

    They say that the world is becoming a smaller place with advances in transport removing natural barriers – something Tanya Kantor, Acting Country Manager Baltics, and her international family know all about.

  • #WomenOfVFS

    11/25/2019

    Experiencing new heights with VFS 

    There are a wealth of opportunities for professional development at Volvo Financial Services – something Stefanie Eckermann is experiencing firsthand.

  • #WomenOfVFS

    11/15/2019

    “VFS is investing in me” 

    When she was invited to join the Next Step program for Executive Assistants, Gillian Powell jumped at the chance. The eight-month program gave her the opportunity to collaborate with 26 colleagues from the Volvo Group, take part in training sessions and work on a project to create a global network for assistants.

  • #vfs2me

    11/07/2019

    This is Tracy Truslove 

    Tracy Truslove works as a Service Representative at Volvo Financial Services in the UK. She explains that VFS is like one big happy family.

  • #vfs2me

    11/05/2019

    This is Elvis Nyamhamba 

    Elvis Nyamhamba works as a Business Controller at Volvo Financial Services in the UK. He explains that he likes working for VFS because of the opportunities and support from the company.

  • #WomenOfVFS

    10/31/2019

    Risky business 

    All lending includes evaluating the risks involved. Luckily for VFS, Renee Hiner has a knack of seeing the whole picture, even when pieces of the puzzle seem to be missing. Having adopted an orphan from Russia, she’s not averse to taking a few risks herself…

  • Feeling supported and valued at work is important. And that’s something Izabel Medeiros knows all about. When she wanted to move to England to be closer to her identical twin sister, VFS supported her decision and she’s now happier than ever at home and work.

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