Staff have recognised the top contributors to RVT’s cultural values.
14th January 2020
On Thursday 2nd January RVT staff gathered for an offsite team building day to kickstart 2020. A huge focus of the day was on the continuing development of RVT’s culture; we believe that we can only deliver excellence to our customers if our own staff are happy in their working environment. RVT follows 6 core company values:
All of us at RVT are passionate about protecting the long-term health of all those on site and nearby, and we always endeavour to provide a 5-star experience for our clients. However, to make sure we always achieve this, our company values were developed to help, encourage, and inspire staff members to give 100% every day.
With a Can do attitude and an enthusiastic and positive outlook, staff members are always up for a challenge and are eager to work hard for great results. Also, by caring for others we look after one and other every working day, and this value extends to our regular fundraising for a range of charities. Being honest and accountable and having respect for all, whether clients or colleagues, makes RVT a welcoming and friendly environment where everyone can thrive. All of these together then allows every RVT Group member to deliver excellence!
All staff members fully embrace and work by these values, but there are those who go above and beyond. In December, staff members voted anonymously for who they thought best showcased these individual values, and the well-deserved winners were announced as follows.
Enthusiastic & Positive: Bujar Mustafaj & Emma Sweeney
Deliver Excellence: Nick Johnson & Max Beardon
Honest & Accountable: Carol Telling & Max Beardon
Can-Do-Attitude: Nick Johnson
Respect for All: Carol Telling
Care for Others: Carol Telling
A huge well done to our “value champions” and keep up the good work. Your attitudes and approaches to work is what RVT Group is all about!
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