As specialists in the employee transport industry, we know a skilled, locally sourced and diverse workforce is critical to the success of business performance.
And, as we are committed to providing the highest standard of service to our clients and customers, we only search for the best to join our team.
We offer great training and development opportunities and provide career enhancement wherever we can. Only through the commitment and enthusiasm of a happy and productive team culture can we grow and sustain a business that goes that extra mile for our clients.
For example, in Darwin we are 100% locally based. We believe in the value of utilising and developing the skills from surrounding communities that in turn, gives back to those communities.
By incorporating best practice from around the world, our engagement and retention programs support the needs of employees at all levels, in all roles across our all our operations.
We understand there are many different types of people who can contribute to our business and be successful at work. It is vital we reflect the customers and communities we work in, so we encourage diversity in all areas of the business from bus driver to management to leadership.
Through diversity, we gain a richer pool of talent that makes our business stronger.
We want our workplace to be motivating and supportive, and we value the contribution each and every employee makes in forging innovative solutions, expanding our knowledge and being part of a diverse team culture.
We encourage a willingness and positive attitude to learning and strive to deliver training and development programs that are nationally accredited. With new skills, experiences and knowledge our people can create future opportunities for themselves beyond the life of any project.
Our living well programs promote healthy living and we regularly engaging in activities that support a strong team culture and social responsibility to the wider community.
Tony Hopkins, Buslink VIVO’s Chief Executive Officer (president of the Queensland Bus Industry Council 2012 – 2015) and his senior team, actively lead by belonging to organisations that represent both the disciplines they practice and the industries they work within.
Taking a pro-active interest ensures we are ready and able to adapt to any changes in our industry or future business activity.