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Membership Employees Switzerland


  • Creating the best possible working conditions
  • Sustain permanent employability
  • Negotiation, implementation and monitoring of collective employment agreements

Attractive services

  • Legal advice and protection
  • Massive reductions for training courses and further education
  • Reduced fees for health insurance and other insurances

Member fee

  • Individual members of all branches incl. members working in the machine industry without solidarity card pay CHF 150.- per year.
    Individual members working in the machine industry with solidarity card pay CHF 260.- per year. After handing in their solidarity card, they will receive a reimbursement of CHF 170.- (refund solidarity card: CHF 60.- and financial contribution: CHF 110.-). Net amount is CHF 150.-.
  • Pensioners pay 60 CHF per year. This fee is only available if the membership has been continued without interruption after retirement.
  • Apprentices/trainees (to 26 years) pay 30 CHF per year.
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Our topics.

Our work.


Employees Switzerland is a strong partner for all professionals. We represent their interests in politics and in the companies. To emerge strong, we network with recognized partners from business, science and politics.


As a social partner of large industry associations and companies, we advocate for fair working conditions, transparent wages and a sustainable economy. We focus on topics related to the world of work.
Employees Switzerland is also a founding partner of "plattform", the political alliance of independent and solution-oriented employee and professional associations. With over 88,000 members, it acts in the interests of the service professions, which currently employ 80 percent of the workforce (and rising), and the knowledge professions, the fastest-growing group of professionals in Switzerland. It works on innovative solutions in education, social and economic policy dossiers. This is the only way to enable working people to have a fulfilling professional life and to develop their potential throughout their entire career. Strong and self-confident professionals are the cornerstone of a modern and open society.


More information (in German)