Join our extraordinary team.
[ Our Vision & Values ]
When we say ‘Our People and our Technology are our two greatest assets’, there’s a reason we put our people first.
Our team makes the Vaioni world go round and they bring their A-game to work every day. In return, we invest in their future and provide them with an unbeatable day-to-day experience!
Our vision – to empower our customers with total digital freedom – can only be achieved by giving our team the tools and motivation they need to become the best and deliver an extraordinary service to our customers, so that’s exactly what we do.
We want our team to make a difference to our customers’ lives and our Core Values help to guide our staff in everything they do to make our vision a reality.
[ Our Core Values and Behaviours ]
“We are a people-first business and we are extraordinary in what we do. Our team drives everything Vaioni does with purpose and pride and the only way we can accomplish this is by hiring extraordinary people.”
Sachin Vaish, Managing Director
[ Vacancies ]
If you think you have what it takes to be part of our extraordinary team, then we would love to hear from you!
[ Employee Benefits ]
Our employees get all the usual benefits – a pension contribution, health plan, performance related bonuses, sick pay – but our team deserve more for all their hard work, which is why we provide a whole host of extra perks that prove just how much they mean to us.
INVESTMENT IN YOU
We’ll develop your skills and help you go further in your field
Start/Finish times and home working can be flexed for your needs.
We provide healthy food options – and the naughty ones too!
EXTRA DAYS OFF
You’ll get your birthday off, incremental holiday increases and time off for volunteering.
Round the week off with a knees-up at our very own bar!
[ Employee Testimonial ]
“To me, Vaioni is more than just an employer. It’s a group of friends that have my best interests at heart and help me become better at my job.”
Sally Hannigan, Marketing Manager
[ News and Views ]
Monday 18 January is officially Blue Monday, also known as “the most depressing day of the year.” It isn’t, of course. Or it might be for some, but certainly not for others. But it’s undeniable that a bleak Monday in January – especially this January – can be a pretty miserable prospect. And that has implications for business. In a nutshell, unhappy workers are less productive. That’s particularly true if they are actually suffering from SAD (seasonal affective disorder), which the Mayo Clinic calls “a type of depression that’s related to changes in seasons.”
The Brexit transition period ended on 31 December last year, so we’ve all been operating under the rules of the trade agreement struck between the British Government and the EU for the last couple of weeks. If you’re a business whose operations and customers are based entirely in mainland Britain, you might not have noticed much of a difference. If you’re a company that exports to the EU or imports from it, you might be getting used to new paperwork and even, in some cases, delays at Channel ports.
Lockdown 3.0 wasn't the start to 2021 that anyone was hoping for, but the vaccination rollout means there is light at the end of the tunnel. Businesses are starting to think about a return to the workplace, and what form a post-pandemic working model might take. Some...