Just when we thought climate change was the biggest global challenge of our times, along comes Covid-19, putting ‘vast’ into devastation: the pandemic has scarred the new decade with 24 million infections worldwide, claiming 822,000 deaths. Much like a war, every conceivable corner of life has been crippled. Historically, amid world wars, Switzerland has remained stable on neutral terra firma. But an attack of this kind knows no political agenda, so no immunity even for this economic capital.
Today we dedicate ourselves to a topic that repeatedly confuses our clients: the delay in acceptance (Annahmeverzug). Our business of employee leasing, Personalverleih in German, is a triangular relationship consisting of client, iET (employer) and employee. Our client would like to work with a person. We employ said person and lend him or her out to the client. The most important word here is: employ.
Whether it’s the view of Zurich or the mani / pedi shop next door, Modissa Rooftop Bar usually attracts “The Observer”. Sit on the rooftop and enjoy the sights and sounds of Zurich. Not too much fuss, but a cool city vibe nonetheless. Thank you @Vivek for suggesting this gem overlooking Bahnhofstrasse.
Biologist-turned-data scientist, Louisa Carlisle, is the type of person you want to root for. She’s smart, compassionate, a thinker, a doer. She’s someone you definitely want on your team – especially when we’re talking about korfball. Amongst her many talents, one of Ms Carlisle’s passions is endorsing this Dutch sport here in Switzerland. iET will be sponsoring the Swiss Korfball Federation on their trip to the European Championship 2021 in Poland. So, we’ve caught up with Ms Carlisle about her endeavours…