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Meet our Global Team: Elizabeth Vail

Our experienced global team makes everything we do possible! Each week we will get to know more about one of our great team members and their journey at Dwellworks.

On the Global Team blog this week, we feature Elizabeth Vail, Human Resources Director in our London office.


Tell us about your role with Dwellworks!

I’m just one member of the HR team but together we work on delivering a great employee experience for our associates. My role mainly focuses on our Europe and Asia locations. I try to focus on employee relations and creating a positive working environment, which in practice means that my day can include things as varied as recruitment, training, onboarding, HR systems, payroll, and compliance. I try to look at everything I do through the lens of diversity & inclusion as a way of focusing on how I can really embed these values into our day-to-day employee experience.


What’s an interesting fact about your daily job that people might not know about?

I’ve loved being able help grow the HR team from being US-based to having HR specialists onsite in 5 other global locations. The value of local knowledge isn’t just important for our clients; we also recognize how much of a difference it makes for our associates when they are able to speak with someone from HR who is based in their region and speaks their language.


Why Dwellworks?

I was lucky enough to get to know some of the Dwellworks leadership team when our professional paths crossed whilst I was working at another company. I was impressed with their inclusive approach and the way they really care about their people. So when I found out about the newly-created HR role in London, I applied for it – and am delighted to say that what it looked like from the outside really is the way it is on the inside!


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