I completed my apprenticeship at the Bund and applied a few years later again at the same place as an employee. I was familiar with all the superiors and employees. I knew operational procedures through my training. I had a job interview and a week later it came to wage negotiations. In the end I go...more
For me, the years I worked at the Bund were like holidays. And then very well paid. Unfortunately, I got bored someday.
I can't confirm clichés. Top serious employer, which also gives responsibility to young people and promotes them. (EVS)
The work, if you can call it that, was pure show during my many years of employment. It was all about making it seem to the outside world how much work we have. But effectively, we haven't worked half a day. With internet surfing and eternal coffee breaks we have spent our time. And I'm not talking...more
The tap water's cold. It is a mystery that this is happening in Switzerland and in the government.
Employees are only classified according to their "apparent" qualities.
The superiors demand a high moral standard from the outside and at the same time cover up their own pages. Opinions or suggestions are either ignored or used for own purposes. Colleagues of colleagues are suddenly hired. Human, o...more
University graduates will be gefōrdert.
Versatile job descriptions.
40+ without specialist knowledge no chance of recruitment
Although my qualification meets all the requirements described in the job advertisement, suddenly a rejection comes from the company. Apparently the qualification alone is not decisive, in order to come at all into the interview.
Basically a very good employer
At the moment the most important thing at the federal level, minorities vote.
Education and experience are not so important.
As a male German-speaking Swiss, you are a minority yourself today, at least when it comes to filling vacancies.
Already had some interviews and in different departments.
The interview process, the questions, the superiors sitting opposite you and many other things... Underground bad and very precarious. I have never seen such strange and conservative people in a company as the Bund.