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What’s it like working at Liip?

Since 2016, we have been working according to a holacratic organisation model, which means that we focus on self-organisation and collaboration. There are no hierarchies and everyone is their own boss. Liip belongs entirely to Liipers, and we are very proud of that. We have always been dedicated to open source. Open standards and agile development are part of our DNA. More than 180 employees work right where customers need them. Become part of a cross-functional team and decide for yourself what work you should do in discussion with your colleagues. Being close to its customers is very important to Liip, which is why it has offices in Lausanne, Fribourg, Bern, Zurich and St. Gallen. After all, digital progress is nothing without people.

  • 40-hour working week
  • Transparent salary with a discrepancy of 1:2.5
  • Flexible working hours and employment level
  • Free choice of hardware
  • Height-adjustable tables
  • Gadget/mobile budget
  • Kitchen with coffee
  • Refreshments
  • Fruits

What does your working day look like?

We meet in the morning for a quick chat in the kitchen. After the daily “meeting”, we are ready to get started with the day's agile tasks. Sprints, user stories, pair programming and retrospectives are part of every working day. We always use agile working methods and deliver the best projects for our clients. Self-organisation allows us to continue developing our flexible organisation processes. Having a positive error culture is important to us, and we take advantage of opportunities to learn, discuss things, try things out and question ourselves. You can join in discussions that interest you and learn according to your skill set.

  • 4-week paternity leave
  • Family allowance 400 CHF / child
  • Training and continuing professional development are encouraged
  • Sport, massage, yoga
Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship

Vocational training is very important to us and we take on interns and train them for the Federal VET Diplomas in computer science and business administration. Interns are actively supported by vocational trainers and English is the company’s working language. This means that you will actively improve your language skills as an intern, whether in English, French or German. Make the most of this opportunity and complete your internship in a company that is a bit different.