Responsibility for our employees
Engaged employees are indispensable for a successful company. That is why we attach great importance to dealing with our employees in a fair, partnership-based and responsible manner, promoting and supporting them.
Edelweiss is a strong and popular brand with an attractive route network. We offer attractive working conditions and with our culture of appreciation, enthusiasm and professionalism, we can position ourselves as an attractive employer.
We respect everyone as an individual, welcome diversity and support equal opportunities. We offer equal pay regardless of gender or other characteristics and check this against the benchmarks established by the state. Edelweiss offers various working time models. Our modern Flex-Work approach and the appropriate IT infrastructure allow our ground staff a great deal of flexibility in determining their place of work and working hours. Employees also have the option of requesting a longer break from work with unpaid leave.
Health Care Concept – Health Management
Healthy and efficient employees are key factors for a company. Our health management contributes to the well-being and health of our employees. Our health care concept includes working conditions, and mental and physical health. Employees benefit from special offers and services in every area.
Edelweiss wants to be an attractive employer today and in the future. In order to know the satisfaction and concerns of our employees, we regularly conduct various surveys. For example, we collect data from the Engagement Index; which serves as a measure of employer attractiveness. In addition, various dialogue platforms such as live webcasts are available to all employees.
We offer all our employees numerous attractive ancillary services. These include in particular various flight benefits. By using the airport pass, employees can also benefit from various discounts and benefits at Zurich Airport. In addition, there are many additional offers from a wide variety of different areas such as holidays, insurance, banks and leisure activities.
UN Global Compact for human rights and the environment
Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan launched the UN Global Compact in 2000. This pact is a worldwide initiative. The agreement works between companies and the United Nations (UN) and aims to make globalisation socially and environmentally compatible. It obliges participating companies to comply with minimum social and ecological standards, to respect human rights and to fight corruption. At the Lufthansa Group, we adhere to these principles together. For more information: