We care about each other, and support people in work and in life, offering:
VSA is committed to creating and fostering a workforce diverse not only in gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability status, veteran status, religion and age, but also in thought process, backgrounds and life experiences. That commitment is driven by both our values system and our business goals. Our client base is diverse, as are their employees, customers, and shareholders. Only a diverse VSA workforce can effectively empathize with and serve their needs.
VSA commits to these actions in our pursuit of a more diverse and equitable workforce:
At VSA, we understand that we are accountable to one another for creating an environment in which all individuals can achieve their highest and best purpose.
For VSA employees as well as those we recruit, we’ve adopted a long-term hybrid model that allows people to define their way of working in the way they want. This means that VSAers can work from anywhere in the United States—home, office or any place in between. Working from anywhere gives VSAers the option to find time to work alone, join others for office-based collaboration, or meet up as needed for small-group moments and client meetings. We’re also hiring with geographic “neutrality”—pursuing the best talent wherever it may live. We think having a workplace option matters most these days: Employees benefit from human interaction and the need for a change in scenery from time to time. And also, VSA benefits from a diversity of experiences and perspectives that come from seeing and participating in the larger world. All of which is why we see our offices in Chicago, New York and San Francisco as a flexible, accessible network of workspace hubs for employees to use as needed for work and interaction with colleagues.