Swiss employees are loyal. Last year, 78% of employees in Switzerland continued working for their current employer. Getting employees to stay for the long term has a positive financial impact on companies. But how can you influence this without knowing what employees value about their roles?
Recently a candidate, a talented young man which I had been working with for a month or so, made me aware he was no longer looking for a job and wasn't interested in hearing about opportunities anymore. From a professional point of view this was disappointing. I could definitely have secured him an improved role. However I was happy for him because he did the right thing. He did what a lot of us don't do when we are unhappy at work. He told his boss, eventually.
Zurich Airport was named Switzerland’s second most attractive employer this year. After coming in fifth place in previous years, Zurich Airport managed to break into the top 3 this year. I spoke with Bruno Zanella, Head of Human Resources at Zurich Airport, about their employer brand.
This year’s Randstad Award for the most attractive employer in Switzerland has gone to Swiss International Air Lines, for the first time in the company’s history. Just last year the company was in fourth place but has now made the leap to the top of the standings. That’s why I interviewed Christoph Ulrich, Head of Human Resources at SWISS.
As an employer, you’ve reviewed countless resumes, and as time goes on, they start to look the same. Finding the gem of a candidate is no small task, but you know the right hire will help you business solves problems better, create and engaging atmosphere, and improve company culture. So how can you attract great talent to your company? Consider these easy tips to get better results.
There was a time, years ago, where a great place to look for a job was a newspaper. Thursday was "jobs day" in my hometown newspaper, in fact, it was how I got my first job. The newspaper has stopped "job's day" now.