That's why a good workplace culture is needed for the digital transformation
When we speak of digital change, we do not only mean digital transformation, but also agility. Companies are challenged by rapid social, technical and economic developments.
"We don't throw anybody off board, but everyone has to jump up himself"
Dr. Giuseppe Santagada, CEO of Vebego, explains in an interview how the traditional company Vebego started the transformation to an agile mindset, why he has completely reassigned the management and what role the Vebego ambassadors...
A European Great Place to Work Award means employer branding across national borders
On 5 June, Europe's "Best Employers" were awarded in Stockholm. On the one hand, there were international companies based in Switzerland whose employees were also included in the survey.
"Two former apprentices are on the verge of becoming store managers."
If you cultivate a good workplace culture, you can fill your apprenticeship vacancies more easily - as Marco Monego, Chief Human Resources Officer at Lidl, also says.
That is why a good training culture helps to fill vacant apprenticeship positions
Apprenticeships are becoming more and more difficult to fill - and the trend is rising. It is not only small companies that have difficulties filling individual training places in vain.
Corporate culture as a strong driver for corporate success
"We love coming to work!" - Such statements are what employers would like to hear. But this feedback also shows that you have created a good working environment and thus a good workplace culture.
Great Place to Work Awards 2019: these are the «Best Workplaces of Switzerland»
Yesterday evening, on 4 April 2019, the time had come again: Switzerland's "Best Workplaces" were awarded. More than 300 guests dressed in their fanciest evening gown best suits appeared at the Zurich Kaufleuten to celebrate...
Exclusive: Study on Employer Branding and Workplace Culture
Great Place to Work, KLAR and HWZ asked 147 organisations how they use their workplace culture as a basis for the employer brand and in recruiting and retaining talent. Click here for the complete study!