Compare Swisscom vs Avaloq BETASee how Avaloq vs. Swisscom compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at Swisscom
Very Employee friendly environment, excellent work culture , flexible timing and a good combination of various projects
Based in Switzeland, some amount of knowledge of German language will be added advantage . Might need to commute to work in another city
Advice to Management
I have been working at Avaloq full-time for more than a year
Great people, interesting work, excellent commitment & strong work ethic. Growing internationally, meaning many opportunities. Great learning opportunities for graduates and young... professionals. Excellent exposure to banking and finance industry. Curiosity, competency and responsibility are valued. Competitive salaries. Good training and certification program. Central office locations.
Loss of culture, through purely financial and bottom line pressures. No desire by management to invest or improve. Manually intensive and repetitive work is tiresome and boring. Old technology... stack inhibiting progress and improvements. No clear strategy to gain efficiency through intelligent investment. Financially driven to meet unrealistic objectives without any stakeholder buy-in. Teams are pushed to deliver more but not empowered to do so - translates to long hours and lots of human errors. High churn of staff and difficulty in recruiting high-calibre candidates. Internal mobility or international opportunities take too long. Too many reorganisations leaving instability and uncertainty. People are too busy to do their basic job and everything is continually late. Bonus system demotivates rather than incentivize due to lack of transparency. All processes and procedures are pinned to the knowledge and ability of a few key individuals. To many managers and not enough leaders.
Advice to Management
A more radical change to transform Avaloq & ASSL to modernise tools, processes and procedures and remove highly error prone manual activities is fundamental to longevity and success of this... organisation. Invest in your people and allow them to grow, develop and stop stifling innovation and inspiration. Invest in your organisation to allow it to flourish and scale effectively.