A great place to work
Experiences are enriching, clients feel like friends, our pride is obvious, camaraderie is cherished, and the sofa is comfy...
We offer quality; so expect a professionally informal experience at every interaction.
We believe assimilation is the cornerstone to supporting effective people management, so we strive to understand our clients’ needs and end goals.
We highly value integrity; we’re a long-term relationship kind of business and we win, but not at all costs.
And finally, we focus on partnerships. We are a team, focussed on becoming an extension of yours.
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We have opportunities in employment law, training and employee relations. We’re not your run of the mill employment law consultancy.
Diversity and Inclusion at Vista
We were proud to be the first organisation to achieve the British Standard (BS76005) for Diversity & Inclusion in 2017, and in 2021 we became the first organisation to achieve the International ISO Standard (ISO30415) for Diversity & Inclusion! Our values, as individuals, and collectively, drive behaviours which make a difference beyond our own organisation.
This is not just a responsibility, but an opportunity to make an important contribution to a more inclusive, respectful and tolerant society. This starts with our ‘every day’, with the decisions we make and advise upon, the assumptions we make and the context we create.
Diversity and inclusion is not about being charitable, not about ‘doing our bit’, but valuing people for the value that they bring, attracting a talented workforce and leading by example, challenging barriers where we see them so that they can be removed for the good of all.
These could be seen as laudable words, but they have to translate into tangible actions. We will challenge our thinking around how we do business, about objectives, practices, policies and processes and embrace the creation of a barrier free working environment. We will be aware and critical of ourselves and each other, actively seeking opportunities to hold up a mirror and then take action where we can; both within our business and when dealing with others.
We will be obviously proud about the approach we are taking and take every opportunity to evangelise and stand by our values with suppliers and clients. We will challenge barriers to diversity and inclusion where we see them, we will lead by example and we understand that good people can get this wrong.
We are not driving a culture of grievance, we are proud to be driving and promoting a culture of inclusion, and we will all be the beneficiaries of it.
Darren Maw, Chairman
Vista Employer Services