The family culture of Swansway defines the business and defines its employees. While skills are important, we focus much more on the person, how that person will integrate with our culture and whether it will suit them, just as much as whether they will fit the job role.
All of us spend many hours out of our week at work, it’s therefore vital that we employ those people who will embrace and engage with our culture; as much for the candidate’s benefit as for our own; no one wants a permanent ‘Monday morning feeling’.
In many ways our values of caring, honest and proud make it easy for us to spot a candidate who shares our culture.
A Swansway person will attend for interview, smart, well turned out and fully prepared, because they care about, and take pride in their appearance; they care about the first impression they create.
A Swansway person is enthusiastic, eager to engage with the interviewer, keen to share their knowledge and ideas, proud and passionate about their work.
A Swansway person will be honest in their CV; where they lack skills they will say so, at the same time demonstrating their willingness and enthusiasm to learn those new skills.
A Swansway person cares about doing a good job, they take pride in delighting their customers; they are proactive in problem solving and are careful never to over-promise and under-deliver.
A Swansway person will, be honest and diplomatically tell it like it is, they won’t hide behind facts and issues, they are keen to be open and transparent.
A Swansway person actively engages with their colleagues and respects their point of view, whilst remaining honest and true to their own opinions.
A Swansway person is proud of a job well done and derives real satisfaction from an honest day’s work.