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The first contact to a first job interview including the in-depth question rounds in a second interview goes well.
It is not acceptable that after a second interview the rejection is stored as a combox message. Such feedback must at least be provided by direct telephone contact, otherwise the HR department will leave an unprofessional impression with insufficient esteem for highly qualified candidates.
As an applicant, you don't really feel welcome.
Swissgrid pursues a somewhat special form of MA recruitment. Jobs are advertised, kept open for a long time, then advertised via intermediaries, then again internally. Whether these job(s) are really vacant is not quite clear.
Didn't feel welcome
I didn't really feel welcome here. It's a pity the job still seems to be exciting. Well, salary's below average, too.
Very professional recruitment process
I really liked the application process, everything was well structured and I always found it highly appreciated. What I also appreciate very much is that the future team was involved in the decision-making process and I had the opportunity to get to know all team members briefly.
The selection process took a relatively long time with several interviews, assessments, security checks, etc.
Many exciting projects! You can move and develop a lot.
Reduce internal reorganization - establish long-term strategy
Very good employer with a lot of freedom and good pay
Plenty of room for manoeuvre and creativity, very professional cooperation, good working atmosphere, very beautiful and ultra-modern working environment, many benefits and good pay
Partly rigid and protracted processes (as a state-owned company)
Super great employer with many possibilities
A great deal of freedom and room for manoeuvre
collegial and respectful working atmosphere
Swissgrid also offers various events and exchange opportunities in addition to its work
Work-Life-Balance: relatively free organisation of working time (flexitime model, home office, mobile w...more
more systematic succession planning and career development for all employees
This is how working is fun!
- great handling
- very collegial
- open exchange
- very good development opportunities
- work-life balance
- very generous remuneration
- to hire more women ;-)
- actually no improvement necessary
Very pleasant, very interesting.
Cutting environment and product.
Modern workplace and good equipment.
Open colleagues and a pleasant working atmosphere.
Good response to part-time requests and flexible working hours.
A few more processes could be digitized a little more.
Attractive field of activity - top working environment
far above average room for manoeuvre; very broad, attractive range of tasks; diverse, internal development perspectives; top working environment
In systematic "Talent Management" (Increased systematisation of developments / careers)