Employees in Switzerland
The digital transformation presents numerous opportunities as well as great challenges for employees and companies. As a result, Swisscom helps employees develop their skills and provides them with five training and development days a year. Swisscom offers a wide range of mostly digitised learning content via its training and development platform, which employees use to increase their employability regardless of time and location. In 2023, Swisscom employees spent an average of 4.2 days per person on learning, training and development.
|Subordination to CEA
|Permanent work contracts
Swisscom staff are employed under private law on the basis of the Code of Obligations. The terms and conditions of employment exceed the minimum standard defined by the Code of Obligations. Swisscom management employees in Switzerland are subject to general terms and conditions of employment for managers, while the other employees are subject to Swisscom’s Collective Employment Agreement (CEA).See
Swisscom plays a pioneering role in flexible and hybrid working throughout Switzerland and is expanding the availability of this type of working model. Employees appreciate this flexibility, whether through not having to commute to work or through having a better work-life balance, just as much as they enjoy regular face-to-face meetings in the office – in part to cultivate informal exchanges of information.