Here at Vodafone, we connect everybody to live a better today, and build a better tomorrow. That could be providing superfast network speeds to smartphones, providing unified communications through fixed solutions, making the lives of farmers easier with mobile money payments or streaming music into a car. As you can imagine, this means that we have a vibrant and diverse mix of skills and people making Vodafone a great place to work.
Hear from Virginia, Elena and Kerry how a career at Vodafone lets you shape the future. Kerry uses artificial intelligence that enables speed and scale to transform our customer service into a world class experience.
Hear from Laura, Dimitris and Nana how a career at Vodafone lets you connect for good. Dimitris runs to raise funding and awareness for the refugee crisis in his home country, Greece. Laura helped to develop our goal to connect 50 million women in emerging markets.
Hear from Christian, Purwa and Dimitris how a career at Vodafone lets you be at your best. Dimitris works for the redline, a community of people who don’t question why they’re helping their teammates do brilliant work for our customers.
Hear from Brajesh, Gergo and friends about how at Vodafone you can bring your whole self to work but still be part of something much bigger. From our global pioneering maternity policy across 30 markets to our LGBT & Friends Network which is working to connect and support our people on LGBT+ matters, our ambition is to be the best employer for women by 2025.
We have an inclusive culture where everyone is respected, can be themselves and strive to be their best. Click here to learn more about diversity and inclusion at Vodafone.
Vodafone’s ReConnect programme aims to bring talented women in 26 countries back into the workplace after a career break. Vodafone Group Chief Executive Vittorio Colao said: "We are committed to ensuring that our employees are drawn from diverse communities and societies. Our ambition to be one of the best employers for women in the world is central to that commitment."
Vodafone is committed to empowering women and helping young people increase their skills through technology. We work alongside Code First: Girls, a multi-award winning social enterprise which works with companies and women to increase the proportions of women in tech to deliver #codelikeagirl workshops across all of our markets.
The workshops are suitable for all girls of ages 14 to 18, irrespective of their skills. Providing basic knowledge of computer languages and development programmes including html, CSS, GitHub and Bootstrap, enabling the students to develop a website by the end of the one-week training programme. We partner with schools across our markets, while girls whose schools are not involved can register their interest here.
Connecting for Good
Many Vodafone employees volunteer their time and skills to the Vodafone Foundation. Volunteers Alexandru, Jeroen and Penny talk about their experience on their mission to a refugee camp in Kakuma, Kenya and how they hope to have made an impact to the community by teaching them how to use the Instant School kit.