Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, one of the world’s leading automobile manufacturers and the largest carmaker in Europe. It operates a manufacturing plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee and houses the U.S. operations of a worldwide family of distinguished and exciting brands including Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini and Volkswagen, as well as VW Credit, Inc.
Founded in 1955, the company's headquarters are in Herndon, Va., Volkswagen Group of America brings vehicles to the U.S. that marry the science of engineering and the art of styling, with the goal of offering attractive, safe, and eco-conscious automobiles that are competitive and set world standards in their respective classes. The company has approximately 6,000 employees in the United States and sells its vehicles through a 1,000-strong dealer network.
Becoming a Leader in Diversity and Inclusion
At Volkswagen Group of America, our goal is to be recognized as a top company for diversity and inclusion practices. Part of our diversity effort involves partnering with organizations such as the National Urban League and the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers.
Our commitment to diversity and inclusion supports our overall goal to become one of the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work for in America by 2018, as well as a Top 50 Company for Diversity. Volkswagen Group of America has already received multiple awards and recognition for our efforts, including:
First automotive company to sign the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealer’s “15% Formula for Success,” committing to improve the percentage of majority ownership that ethnic minorities have in new car dealerships.
100 percent score on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index for the past six years.
Impact Award from Tennessee Minority Supplier Development Council for 2012 Corporation of the Year.
2012 National Association of Minority Automobile Dealer’s Woman of the Year: Machelle Williams, general manager of Diversity and CSR, Volkswagen Group of America.
Established a robust Supplier Diversity program and achieved the 10 percent target for inclusion of women and ethnic minorities in our supplier network.
52 percent of corporate giving in 2012 was designated to organizations that benefit underserved communities.
Are you an innovator? Do you thrive as part of a committed team? Do you love to find creative solutions to old challenges? Do you want to make an impact and help your company and your career advance together? Are you passionate about helping customers go further, faster? If so, this just may be the kind of place for you.
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I have been working at VW Credit full-time (More than 10 years)
The company has a family feel and great benefits. In addition as the largest car maker in the world they have the budget and scale to provide some opportunities.
The cons are much as you would expect in any organization of this type and size. It is difficult to say more as I have been with VW Credit, Inc. for so many years.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at VW Credit (Libertyville, IL) in April 2015.
Cloverleaf project. Usually a phone interview, if short listed you will be scheduled for an in person interview. You will be met at the reception and walked to the conference room.There is a panel of 2 to 4 interviewers. You will be explained about project and then some questions will be asked.