why work for us?

Ovisacom’s HR policies are structured around the company’s People Program, which focuses on investing in people to attract and retain talent.

our way of working

Ovisacom gives priority to ethical behaviour and safety as values that identify and differentiate the company’s way of working.

  • Ethical values of respect
  • Effective equality
  • Cooperation
  • Teamwork
  • Competitive working conditions

flexible work-life-balance

Covid19 has taught us that the world is constantly changing. We want to remove any obstacles to employment by providing the best employment options for those who are in need of change.

Every job with Ovisacom is as unique as our employees. We embrace the world from home model and the opportunities that come with it to make flexibility fit you. This creates an environment where employees can balance their jobs with other aspects of their lives and take an active role in shaping the world.

Aside from the opportunity to work remotely we also offer part-time and job share opportunities as well as the options to take personal leave in the form of sabbaticals. As part of our global learning journey, we will continue to adapt processes and provide the best tools for the best possible hybrid work environment.

diversity, equality and inclusion

Ovisacom works to be the best company to work for, where men and women can develop their careers with total equality of opportunity and to generate a culture that promotes work-life balance in all areas.

We are determined that there should be no gender-based pay inequity we are working to eliminate all cases where this type of inequality could be detected. This commitment is materialized through the promotion of women to positions of responsibility in all areas with the aim of increasing the representation of women in managing positions.

Ovisacom’s Code of Conduct promotes real equal opportunity, beyond gender diversity, and does not accept, in any case, any type of discrimination in the professional environment on the grounds of age, race, ethnicity, gender, religion, political opinion, sexual orientation, social status or disability.