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Our Values

We believe that being good humans and collaborating with our communities of clients, candidates and our people without expecting something in return will always lead to a greater outcome. Our core values are fundamental to our working practices in industry, as well as in our day-to-day office life.

These are interwoven into all that we do...

Honesty encourages open communication and that's what we strive for and we believe strongly that this begins at the leadership level.

HONESTY

When you sign up with Vantage, as a client, a candidate or a staff member, you become invaluable to us. In return, we will do our best to give you our time, effort and full attention to help get you where you need to be.

COMMUNITY

Though the terms are not interchangeable, this core belief carries inclusion too. An inclusive workplace doesn’t just have a diversity of people present, it has a diversity of people involved, developed & empowered. 

Our goal is to balance the planet, our people and profit to produce success and viability in the long-term. We check our suppliers to maintain sustainable purchasing policy in our office, we set ourselves yearly reduction targets and we monitor our investments to ensure we are not inadvertently supporting fossil fuels, deforestation or weapons.

When Clients, Candidates or Employees don’t feel that their requirements, ideas  or contributions are heard, valued or taken seriously, they will eventually leave. We strive to go that extra mile for our people, to be here to listen, think and guide in all capacities.

DIVERSITY

SUSTAINABILITY

THOUGHTFULNESS

Explore our Vantage Interview series - let's talk about diversity. Let's talk about careers and career changes. Let's talk about working in tech. Let's talk about failures. Let's talk about victories. Let's talk about motherhood. Let's talk.

Paul Chapman - From The Military To Infrastructure Project Manager
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Paul Chapman - From The Military To Infrastructure Project Manager

Ian McLoughlin, senior recruiter and military Veteran here at Vantage Talent Solutions & Client Partner within Vantage Military Talent Exchange, interviews Paul Chapman, Infrastructure Project Manager @ DS Smith, about his journey from the military to civilian life. Paul offers several pieces of advice for individuals transitioning from military to “Civvy street”: Use Career Transition Services!! Leverage Your Transferable Skills: identify and translate military skills to civilian job requirements. For example, roles like a patrol commander can have parallels in civilian roles like a network architect. Get Certified: Paul highlights the importance of obtaining relevant civilian certifications and qualifications to improve employability and to make use of the training and education opportunities available during resettlement. Networking and Online Presence: Paul points out the value of platforms like LinkedIn for networking, finding job opportunities, and building a professional profile. He suggests using LinkedIn Premium and engaging in networking to enhance job prospects. Choose Employers Wisely: Look for companies that understand and value military experience. Those that have signed the Armed Forces Covenant or have veteran support programs are more likely to appreciate the skills and reliability of ex-military personnel. If you need help during your transition, Vantage are here to help. In the next few weeks, we will be offering a LinkedIn Lunch & Learn where we talk about the transition routes out of service, required qualifications & accreditations and the type of roles within cyber that just might be perfect for you. Follow us today so you don’t miss out! #hiringveterans #militarytransition #veteranjobs #veteransupport
Reema Vadoliya - Founder of People Of Data - PART 3 - "Workplace Diversity Data"
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Reema Vadoliya - Founder of People Of Data - PART 3 - "Workplace Diversity Data"

PART 3 IS HERE!! We need to ask WHY! Vantage's Sophie Woffenden (CIPD) Military 🪖 Spouse Head of People speaks to Reema Vadoliya Founder of People of Data In the 3rd part of our new Data series, Reema emphasizes the need to question why data is collected, suggests that asking "why" can motivate positive changes within organizations, fostering empathy and purpose. Reema is a passionate business founder, gifted storyteller and tireless advocate for inclusion in data. By challenging audiences to reshape their perception of data as a dreary necessity, she draws out the real human stories which organically empower intentional inclusion in data and beyond. After seven years and multiple roles in data, Reema decided to launch her new, trailblazing company, People of Data. Through this organisation she seeks to create a world in which data can be used as a springboard for understanding the real people that data represents. Reema is confident speaking about data strategy, analytical exploration, data collection and governance. Her talks offer a passionate manifesto for a world in which Equality, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (EDIB) are the beating heart of all data handling and usage. An experienced speaker not afraid of digging into the gristle of the difficult topics, Reema’s talks push beyond a 1D (one demographic) view of data and offer a refreshing, multi-dimensional consideration of how humanised data can pioneer a brighter future. Check back for Part 4!
Reema Vadoliya - Founder of People Of Data - PART 2 - "Intentional Data"
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Reema Vadoliya - Founder of People Of Data - PART 2 - "Intentional Data"

Vantage's Sophie Woffenden (CIPD) Military 🪖 Spouse Head of People speaks to Reema Vadoliya Founder of People of Data In this second part of our Data series, Reema delves into challenges in traditional data profiling in marketing and the importance of updating data to reflect changing circumstances and sensitivities. Reema is a passionate business founder, gifted storyteller and tireless advocate for inclusion in data. By challenging audiences to reshape their perception of data as a dreary necessity, she draws out the real human stories which organically empower intentional inclusion in data and beyond. After seven years and multiple roles in data, Reema decided to launch her new, trailblazing company, People of Data. Through this organisation she seeks to create a world in which data can be used as a springboard for understanding the real people that data represents. Reema is confident speaking about data strategy, analytical exploration, data collection and governance. Her talks offer a passionate manifesto for a world in which Equality, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (EDIB) are the beating heart of all data handling and usage. An experienced speaker not afraid of digging into the gristle of the difficult topics, Reema’s talks push beyond a 1D (one demographic) view of data and offer a refreshing, multi-dimensional consideration of how humanised data can pioneer a brighter future. Check back for Part 3!
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