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Training is one of the HUG's three key missions, alongside research and care. They make it a point of honor to contribute to the emergence of new professionals, not only in the field of healthcare but across all of the various activities that the hospitals represent.
As the largest employer in the canton, Geneva University Hospitals offer exciting career opportunities in more than 180 professions. Their HR policy is to treat employees with respect and fairness, to value their talent and develop their skills.
Given the changes to a large number of professions at the HUG, and the expectations of many employees, especially the younger generation, it is important to continue the efforts initiated in the development of career paths.
This essentially translates into personalizing careers and promoting internal mobility.
With some 10,500 employees in 2015, Geneva University Hospitals represent a pool of ideas that it would certainly be a shame to ignore. Each employee, with their own personality and skills, can play an active role in the joint development of innovative solutions to help the hospital move forward.
Since the late nineteenth century, French-speaking Switzerland - and particularly the Lake Geneva region - has become a major centre of global excellence in the field of healthcare. Growth sectors such as medtech and biotech have brought together nearly 750 companies and 20,000 employees as well as 500 university laboratories and 5000 researchers, all in a limited area.
To attract and retain talent, every employee needs to feel fulfilled at work. This means recognising and enhancing their individual skills, creating a motivating environment, and providing a strong incentive to make progress in their career or to progress within the HUG, as well as paying special attention to achieving work-life balance.
1 jour ton job est un projet de la Direction des Ressources Humaines des HUG destiné à permettre aux collaborateurs des Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève d'échanger leur quotidien le temps d'une journée.