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Our employees’ skills and knowledge are among our key resources. That’s why we’re committed to continuously developing them further to ensure that our employees are at all times equipped to meet current and future requirements. By 2020, all our employees are to be assigned development targets to help them plan their future careers. Our aim is to not only counter the global shortage of skilled professionals in our industry, but in particular to be in a position to fill half of all vacancies for key positions with internal candidates.

Stefanie Mathis, Team Head HR Excellence, Focus area responsible «employee development»
Stefanie Mathis, Team Head HR Excellence,

Focus area responsible «employee development»

Workshop Projekt Fachwissen Kaese im Kaesereifungskeller inkl. Portraits David Stadelmann, Leiter Produktion Kaese Emmen.

Management means responsibility

If we are to remain successful in future as a global milk processor, we will be dependent on entrepreneurial, personal, social, technical and methodological competences at every level and in every business unit. It is for this reason that talent and succession planning are essential elements in Emmi’s human resources strategy.

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We are continually developing!

We see a healthy corporate culture as a central aspect of sustainable business management, and so our day-to-day work is underpinned by our corporate values. These include the need for every individual to contribute towards the company’s sustainable development through his or her own sense of personal responsibility, honesty and expertise.

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Switzerland

Energy and Climate Laboratory: Emmi's apprentices win 1st price

The Energy and Climate Laboratory, the nationwide myclimate education competition for apprentices, awarded the trophies for the best projects of the year on 7 June. Teams from four teams - one of them from Emmi - were honoured for their outstanding achievements this year.

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Know-how crosses language and cultural borders

Three young Vitalait employees worked at the Emmen site for two months. They were impressed by the professionalism of our processes and surprised at how warmly they were welcomed to Switzerland by our employees at Emmi.

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Switzerland

Company challenge: the future is sustainable

Emmi regards vocational training and apprenticeships as highly important. They secure for us well-trained employees with the technical skills needed in our sector. Moreover, today’s apprentices are our future specialists and managers. Emmi has joined with the myclimate foundation in launching the Emmi Company Challenge. This is a competition in which our apprentices devise projects that help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and conserve resources.

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Switzerland

Young professionals abroad

Emmi takes a particular interest in its younger employees. Everyday work is also strongly impacted by increasing internationalisation and networking, especially at a global company such as Emmi. It’s for that reason that Emmi, every year, sends two younger employees abroad for a year as part of the development programme for «young professionals».

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Relying on home-grown management

Logistics professionals are in short supply on the labour market. Recruiting them is hard work, as well as being expensive and high-risk. That’s why it pays off for Emmi to seek out unusual ways of developing personnel in order to train up as managers the talented people it already has.

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Turning a rather odd hobby into a career

Vilson Krasniqi joined Emmi in Emmen as an unskilled cheese store worker in 2002. His line manager soon noticed that he had a flair for handling systems. Thanks to this unusual talent, he was soon doing other.

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