Swiss Life supports its employees in shaping their working lives themselves through all phases of their career.
With its Group-wide “Actively shaping your career” programme, Swiss Life aims to strengthen the individual resources of its employees. This takes into account and balances differ-ent operational requirements and personal needs in various phases of their working and private life.
Attractive beneﬁts for employees
Employees of the Swiss Life Group benefit from a wide range of operational benefits at all locations. These include the following:
- Generous contributions to insurance schemes covering the areas of health (health insurance), pensions (retirement provisions) and risk (death and disability)
- Discounts on public transport
- Bonuses for recruiting new employees
- Anniversary payments or additional leave
- Professional support for professional or private challenges
- Allowances for weddings and births
- The option of part-time employment at the end of an employee’s career
- Professional Support with caring for family members
Swiss Life wishes to support its employees in reconciling work and private life and offers them corresponding solutions at all locations:
- Paid maternity/paternity leave in excess of the legally required minimum
- Various time-out models
- Flexible working arrangements that facilitate location-independent working
- Opportunities for part-time employment and job sharing at all hierarchical levels
- Support in the search for childcare facilities or care for family members
Number of employees taking maternity/paternity leave
|Total 560 as at 31.12.2022||Men||in %||Women||in %|
Number of employees who returned to work following completion of maternity/paternity leave
|Total 443 as at 31.12.2022||Men||in %||Women||in %|
The number of employees who returned in the year under review following maternity/paternity leave may be greater than the number of employees who went on maternity/paternity leave. It is thus possible for the values to exceed 100%. Maternity/paternity leave may have started in the pre-vious year and ended in the year under review.