All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by VOLKSWAGEN Group UK employees based on 48 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
4.1/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.9/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
4.7/5
 
Company Culture:
3.9/5
 
Career Progression:
4.3/5
 
Colleagues:
4.4/5
 
Training:
3.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.1/5
 
Overall Rating:
4.1/5
 

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Application Advice:

Be honest and give the questions some thought. They aren't trying to trip you up or expect you to come up with something ground breaking that no one else has ever thought of before. They just want to know that you understand the basics and that they can develop you.

Interview Advice:

Be genuine. The people interviewing have done it countless times before. They'll pick up very early on if the candidate is suitable or not. Prepare your answers. They will ask for examples based on "going above and beyond" and "leadership" examples etc. If you have these prepared with the way that you were able to implement, measure and deal with problems - you'll have a good answer.

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Application Advice:

Take your time on your application - you only get one chance to get it right. It may seem strange, but to work at Volkswagen you don't need to have a love for cars. You need to be passionate, personal and collaborative.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared and really think about multiple competency questions. It is important to have lots of variation, don't use the same example twice!

It is equally important to be yourself and show your personality. It is very much a people company and if you can show that you have good people skills alongside good business instinct.

It's also really good to think of engaging questions to ask throughout the assessment center.

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Application Advice:

Be yourself on the assessment day, think commercially and ask questions.

Interview Advice:

Justify your answers. You'll be quizzed by assessors on the day, and a lot of the time there isn't a 'right' answer, but your ability to stand by and justify your answer will be commended.

Graduate – Used Vehicle Remarketing Executive, Residual Values and Risk at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Be really clear about why you want to join Volkswagen Group UK - of all the companies in the UK, why exactly VWG and why exactly the graduate scheme as opposed to any other path?
Try to find out more about the company from the people who work here - connect with them on LinkedIn, ask them about their experience, what they like and don't like, would they recommend, etc.
Visit some of our retailers - with 5 brands across the whole UK, there surely is a showroom within easy drive of where you are, so make sure you experience our products, people and culture before starting your application.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for competency-based interviews - they are not designed to catch you out, but having published the competencies on our recruitment website, you'd be expected to have prepared some relevant and thoughtful examples to demonstrate the skills we're looking for!
Be relaxed during the assessment centre and remember you are not competing against the other candidates, you are competing against the criteria, so don't tread on each other, collaborate, that's what VWG is all about!
You will have plenty of opportunities for networking during the assessment centre, so make the most of them as they could be your key to a position in VWG even if the graduate scheme is not exactly suitable for you!

Digital Experience Executive, Sales Operations at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Make sure you understand the company and the sales channels. Show some innovative thinking and don't be afraid to challenge the normal.

Interview Advice:

Do your homework, they will ask why do you want to work for Volkswagen Group.

Fleet Communication and Performance Executive, Sales at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Understand the competencies they are looking for and think of very different examples for each to demonstrate you are all rounded.

Interview Advice:

Don't worry if you're not a car fanatic. You don't need to know how a car works, you just need to be professional, hardworking and use your initiative.

CRM and Retail Marketing Executive, Marketing at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Preperation is key. If you can show you have taken the time to research the company it will show the assessors you are passionate and care about the role.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and take time to think about your answer - don't just say the first thing that comes into your head.

Graduate, Graduate at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Focus on your experiences, what have you done in the past that could be used at Volkswagen? Think about when you've been set a challenge at work, or in life and you haven't only completed it, but you've gone above and beyond.

Be creative, research and understand the company's background, you don't need to know the ins and outs of how a car works, but it's helpful to know the company structure, the brands we have and the relationship with the Retail Network.

If you have experience in another industry, try and link that to Automotive, we're a very old fashioned industry, what do other industries do well that we don't appear to do?

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Application Advice:

Do your market/company research.

Interview Advice:

Come with examples of your achievements and how YOU reached them.

Area Manager, Aftersales at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

A strong motivational fit for the company.

Interview Advice:

Initial CV and recruitment questions online.
Telephone interview.
Assessment day with 3 tasks (1 group task, individual presentation and a competency based interview).
Show a strong motivational fit for the company and do your research.

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Application Advice:

Challenge existing ways and share new ideas - the industry moves fast and your ideas can help keep up the pace.

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Application Advice:

Ensure you start your application early so that you have the time to get as many people as you can (Lecturers / Tutors / Mentors / Family etc.) to review your application and give you feedback!

Interview Advice:

Think about unique examples to give that would differ from the other candidates, which will enable assessors to remember you and make you stand out from the crowd.

Service & Parts Technical Assistant, Automotive Graduate Rotational Scheme at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Prepare, research the company and the industry. Do not assume you need an automotive background.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! The assessment centre is as much about the type of person you are, as it is about your competency.

TPS Project Executive, Group Parts Operations at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Research the brands.
Visit the retailers.
Use the graduate webpage to find out about current grads experiences.

Interview Advice:

Really important to have a good understanding of the different brands that operate under the 'Volkswagen Group UK'.

Being well rehearsed in competency based questions.

Product Marketing Executive, Product Marketing at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Don't just refer to experience from university- use skills you have gained through all work experience and try and use recent examples.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! If you try and be something you're not, the assessors will see straight through you on the day!

Passion is key- You need to apply for companies you dream of working for. If you're lacking in passion and motivation you will NOT get the job.

Sales Programmes Executive, Sales Operations at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Many Graduate applicants are concerned that they don't have automotive experience - but don't let that stop you! My graduate intake is made up of a variety of different backgrounds, including philosophy and fashion degrees.

I would also say that it is crucial to understand how Volkswagen Group UK operates its network of retailers, and our role within the wider Volkswagen Group.

Interview Advice:

Volkswagen Group UK put a large emphasis on the cultural fit, so be sure to relax and be yourself! The process is as much about you sussing out if it is right for you!

Parts Project Executive, Group Parts, Product and Planning at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Learn about the brands, you don't need to be a petrol head for these roles. Be yourself, because ultimately they are looking for people with passion and drive. Consider the company values and what they look for in a candidate and how your work and life experience show that you are right for this role.

Interview Advice:

Prepare beforehand and have strong examples. Don't rush to answer a question, take time to consider your response.

Communications and Performance Executive, Sales Operations at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Don't be put off applying if you don't have a really, really strong passion for cars (that will come once you see the car park!), as the company has so much else to offer. Also, VWG is really big on the culture fit, they really focus on making sure you and your personality would fit in well here, not just your technical competencies.

Product Marketing Executive, Product Marketing at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

If you want quick progression and are willing to work hard - apply. You don't have to be a petrol head either.
Have a 1/2 page CV based around experience. Work experience should be your key focus. Also make sure you highlight your key achievements and the things that will stand out. Don't worry about including everything, especially things that are going to be quite common across most applications - you want to include the things that stand out and get you noticed.

Interview Advice:

Volkswagen Group are looking for future leaders, people who have the right attitude, are proactive, and want to add value and drive change. Think about examples where you have been given a job to do, and you haven't just completed the task, you have gone over and above and made a difference. The industry is outdated in many ways and if you are creative and ambitious you couldn't be in a better place. They are trying to identify the right attitude. We are a people business, so it is important to be personable and someone they believe will be credible, believable and influential in the business. Think of leadership examples.

Graduate Programme (current Customer Quality & Network Development), Graduate Programme at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate how & why you're passionate.

Interview Advice:

Expect the unexpected.

Business Project Manager, Group Commercial Services at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work hard, take risks and be bold.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and try and give clear points as to what you have achieved and what the outcome was.

Skoda Fleet communication and performance executive, Automotive fleet at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Interview Advice:

Stay both customer and commercially focused.

Sales Programmes Executive, Sales Operations at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Be creative and take risks.

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Application Advice:

Be confident, do your research and ensure that you have a good understanding about the current things that are growing within the industry. These include variables such as blended retail and the changing consumer behaviour.

Digital and CRM Executive, Marketing at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and show your personality
Be confident
Don't over prepare
Research the company and the products
Understand the business model

Fleet Communications and Performance Executive, FLEET at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

When demonstrating a skill, focus on the example and what the result was and what you learnt from it, good or bad.

Interview Advice:

Don't let the nerves of an interview suppress your personality, enthusiasm and drive to be part of the scheme. These are just as important as your technical skills and abilities.

Group Vehicle Planning Executive, Group Vehicle Planning and Logistics at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Do your homework - you don't have to be passionate about cars to apply but you need to be able to show that you have a basic understanding of the way an importer and a dealer operates.

Interview Advice:

Prepare yourself early from a research point of view so that when it comes to interview the focus is on you and your skills/competencies, not about how much you can prove you know.

Customer Quality Support Executive, Customer Quality and Network Development at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Show competitiveness, a creative mind, and a focus on customer satisfaction!

Interview Advice:

The customer is the focus of everything we do here, so be prepared to answer questions or even have a whole activity based on customer experience.

Marketing Executive, Marketing at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

VWG is achievement and people focused. Make sure your cover letter shows that you are personable and can fit in with our corporate culture. Ensure that your best achievements are highlighted in your application and demonstrate you have the drive and determination to work your way to the top.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and make sure your answers to the competency questions are well structured. Sounding over-rehearsed is just as bad as not preparing at all.

Commercial Operations Executive, Group Aftersales & Customer Quality at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Do your homework, and have something that makes you stand out. Joint the grad scheme facebook page for hints and tips

Inventory and Reporting Executive, Trade Parts Specialists at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Ensure you have and show a passion for the business and the brands we have. This is really important to making sure you will be a good fit for the organisation.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and really draw on the experiences you have. Ensure you focus on what YOU have contributed and achieved to really show how you can bring value to the business.

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Service and Parts Executive, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

You need to be a people person, you have to have passion and enthusiasm. This company loves creativity and innovation, it allows you to think big. Always thing about VWG as a Group - one big team.

Interview Advice:

Loving cars isn't enough, you need to be confident, commerical and eager to learn and move up the ranks quickly.

Product Marketing Executive, Product Marketing at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Do you research on the industry; it helps not only at assessment, but if you join the company.

Customer Satisfaction Insight Executive, Group Aftersales and Customer Quality at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Visit as many dealerships as possible, seeing how they operate will help massively.

You don't have to an automotive fan or expert.

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Interview Advice:

I would say just try and be yourself, and let your personality come through. The interviews will feature the usual competency-based questions, so ensure you have some examples prepared too.

Sales Operations Executive, Sales Operations at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

You should have an understanding of why you want to work at Volkswagen Group UK - you do not have to have an interest in cars, but you should be passionate about the Company and what it stands for. Work experience is not essential but it will definitely help your application. Look at the competencies that the Graduate Scheme is asking for and show how you have demonstrated these previously throughout your application – make sure you use different examples but also relevant ones!

Interview Advice:

The process is similar to any other Graduate Programme, application, telephone interview, online testing and assessment centres.

Do your research! Make sure you have an understanding of industry trends and an understanding of each brand and their respective target markets. Don’t worry though, you are not expected to know everything!

Events Executive, Events Marketing at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

You don't have to be passionate about cars to apply.
Ensure you understand how an importer operates.
Let your CV speak for itself and ensure your personality comes through in phone/face-to-face interview.

Interview Advice:

Research the group as a whole, as well as recent developments within each brand.
Read up on general industry trends (e.g. electric/hybrid vehicles, growth in SUV segment, etc.)
Make sure to visit some dealerships (different brands) before the interview.

Audi Product Marketing Executive, Product Marketing at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Go visit some dealerships and try and get some work experience! The group really values individuals who have dealer-network experience. One you have done this; make sure your experience is evident in your application and CV.

Interview Advice:

- Cover and wide range of experiences when answering in your competency based interviews (including your dealer experience ;) ).
- Be human and personable!
- Think outside the box and try to avoid generic answers.

Tactical Planning Executive, Tactical Planning at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

That a focus on vehicles and cars is not a requirement, but enthusiasm and self motivation is. We may be a car company, but there are so many arms to the business that people who arent interested in cars could find something they thrive in.

Parts & Accessories Support Manager, Service and Parts Operations at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Evident what you can offer the group; it will set you apart from other candidates!

Interview Advice:

Try and learn about company information beyond what you see as a retail customer (there's so much more to the industry!)

Service and Parts Analyst, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Get some experience in the industry as it is invaluable. Even if you don't have a placement with a car company, go and spend some time with a retailer.

Interview Advice:

Just relax, the process is designed to allow you to shine!

PLanning Technical Assistant, SKODA at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Application Advice:

Of course do your research, but be genuine. Volkswagen literally stands for People's Car and as cheesy as it may seem, the people are far more important than the stats and figures you can throw out in a covering letter.

I'd also recommend that make sure you have some type of industry experience before you apply. It doesn't have to be automotive, but experience of real working life will change you so much and with an intensley competitive application process, this could be the helping hand you need to get you through.

Interview Advice:

Definitley just be yourself - I see a lot of people desperate to work for Volkswagen because of the name. But the culture and the people has to be right for you and the only way to get that feeling is to be yourself.

There's the usual questions you can expect in competency based interview and there's no quirky 'google' style questions to throw you off. So prepare, and use a variety of example - don't just squeeze out everything from one summer job!

IT Strategy & Group Liaison Executive, Information Systems at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Best:

The career progression that it offers - not just in the specific brand but also the group moving across the entire Volkswagen ownership such as Ducati and Porsche etc. Also, my colleagues throughout various departments have been incredibly helpful and welcoming to me over the course of my placement.

Worst:

The culture claims to place emphasis on work life balance but given the climate it is difficult as most people are working above capacity.

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Best:

Training Development, Benefits Package (inc Car), Organisation with multiple brands experiencing growth, people and management support.

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Best:

Car scheme, interesting products and the people

Worst:

Occasional long hours

Graduate – Used Vehicle Remarketing Executive, Residual Values and Risk at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Best:

Approachable, friendly and supportive colleagues
Open-plan atmosphere
Responsibilities
Networking
Plenty of development opportunities
Benefits package
Regular business updates from Senior Management and easy communication across the board

Worst:

Processes
Slow to respond to change
IT infrastructure

Digital Experience Executive, Sales Operations at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Best:

The brands you can work for are world renowned

Worst:

the industry is taking a while to innovate

Fleet Communication and Performance Executive, Sales at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Best:

Benefits and career progression are the best. High starting salary with a brand new car every 4 months, plus lots of opportunities to get involved with other departments in projects. You are also supported with a mentor and opportunities to job shadow.

Worst:

There is little flexible working for those who do not have children. It would be nicer if working hours were more flexible, for example coming in at 8 and leaving at 4.30.

CRM and Retail Marketing Executive, Marketing at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Best:

They give us a brand new car every 4 months

Worst:

None

Graduate, Graduate at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Best:

Fantastic pay and benefits package, with a very strong people focused, caring culture that HR have worked hard to achieve. It is a pleasant place to work and most people I have met throughout my time here have been easy to get along with, supportive and friendly.

The cars - I'm a firm believer that we make some of the best cars available to purchase today. This makes it very easy to get motivated to come to work as the products we have are incredible.

The cars again - getting to drive vehicles that no 23/24 year old should even dream about driving, and not just occasionally, every single day!

5 brands under one roof - the scope and size of the company, there are so many different avenues you can go down, making this a great place to work for career progression.

Worst:

At times the company can be very slow paced, due to it's size and strict processes.

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Best:

Employee Car

Worst:

Office is base din Milton Keynes

Technical Planning Analyst, Sales Planning at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Best:

Competitive salaries
Company car scheme
Access to training and development
Career progression opportunities

Worst:

Systems are slow and outdated
Not very innovative or creative
Rely on agencies

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Best:

The best products
Inclusive and supportive teams

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Best:

Volkswagen have a really strong mentor scheme to support you in professional and personal objectives or issues throughout your whole career and beyond this, the majority of colleagues are really support and want to help

Service & Parts Technical Assistant, Automotive Graduate Rotational Scheme at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Best:

Great atmosphere, benefits and career progression.

Worst:

Large company so can sometimes be difficult to network across all areas of the business.

TPS Project Executive, Group Parts Operations at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Best:

Fantastic culture for moving onwards and upwards and gaining experience in all different departments and roles.

Worst:

Lack of consistency with team members as people are always changing roles.

Product Marketing Executive, Product Marketing at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Best:

- Everyone has a lot of respect for each other (mostly)
- Great work perks e.g. ECO car
- Opportunity to climb the ladder

Worst:

Senior managers don't always have a good work/life balance.

Sales Programmes Executive, Sales Operations at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Best:

Responsibility, respect, challenge, inclusive atmosphere, incredible benefits, opportunities for career progression.

Worst:

Location.

Parts Project Executive, Group Parts, Product and Planning at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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Best:

VWUK offers a fantastic workplace with a lot of driven people. Constantly looking to innovate and grow, a very good place to work.

Communications and Performance Executive, Sales Operations at VOLKSWAGEN Group UK
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