Robert Walters has again been listed as one of the “Best Recruiting Firms in Switzerland in 2022” in a survey conducted on behalf of Handelszeitung and Le Temps. 2021 marks the third year in a row that we have secured a place among the best in the field of Professional Search, despite the health crisis and the new challenges.
More than one in two professionals is considering moving to the countryside or has already done so, due to the implementation of remote working. These findings come from a survey of professionals, organisations and business leaders – carried out by recruitment agency Robert Walters – which highlights the emerging trends of digital nomadism and lifestyle migration. But could these new working trends become the norm?
In the context of Global Wellness Day, Robert Walters presents the results of a study on well-being at work conducted among 250 executives in Switzerland. Swiss executives are generally happy at work: 64% of them say they feel good at work.
More than two years after moving to French-speaking Switzerland, the Robert Walters team in Geneva is consolidating its local roots with new, more spacious premises in the historic centre of Geneva's Old Town. You will find your Robert Walters team now in a premium and ideally located working environment.
Robert Walters has been listed as one of the “Best Recruiting Firms in Switzerland in 2021” in a survey conducted on behalf of Handelszeitung and Le Temps. 2021 marks the third year in a row that we have secured a place among the best in the field of Professional Search, despite the health crisis and the new challenges.
Geneva, 2020, November 3rd. Recruitment firm Robert Walters releases the results of its European Interim Management Remuneration & Market Report, an index of interim management rates by function and country. In Switzerland, finance departments have largely called on interim managers to reduce the impact of the Covid-19 crisis, but above all to control their risks and successfully transform financial tools.
Recruitment firm Robert Walters presents its survey on diversity and inclusion and shows that while gender inequality remains in Switzerland, the majority of Swiss executives are satisfied with the diversity measures in their company.