The annual minimum wage is now CHF 54,600 gross instead of CHF 52,000 and the education allowance is now CHF 290 per month per child instead of CHF 250, unless the applicable cantonal law provides for a higher allowance.
Klementina Pejic, CPO Swisscom: "I would like to thank the social partners and the negotiating delegation for the constructive negotiations and positive outcome. We already offer our employees very fair, modern and attractive conditions of employment. We have now expanded some of these conditions to maintain our position as one of the top employers in Switzerland.”
Daniel Hügli, Head of ICT at syndicom: “We have succeeded in further reducing the net working time. For partial retirement, we have incorporated new working time models in the collective employment agreement for the benefit of employees. This additional leave and annual leave will help to further improve the work/life balance of employees. Over the coming months, we will look at potential pilot projects around the future organisation of working hours.”
Daniel Hügli, Head of ICT and Member of the Executive Board at syndicom,
+41 79 833 40 66, firstname.lastname@example.org(opens in new tab)
Net working time includes the total annual working time, less holidays, leave and public holidays.
Robert Métrailler, Head of ICT at transfair: “transfair came into the CEA negotiations with the aim of ensuring that all Swisscom employees could benefit from the improvements. The employee association achieved this goal. Besides the additional annual leave, family policy aspects such as the increase in maternity, paternity, adoption and parental leave, as well as new working models, are particularly worthy of note. The employees now have a collective employment agreement that meets today's family requirements.”
Aline Leitner, transfair Media Officer,
email@example.com(opens in new tab), +41 79 474 51 63;
Marika Schaeren, Head of ICT,
firstname.lastname@example.org(opens in new tab), +41 79 247 35 30