Platform Networking for Jobs

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Since 2004 we have been pioneering to make jobseekers fit for work

The Competence Center Networking for Jobs supports Swiss and immigrants in the field of work integration. It has many years of successful work in the field of work integration. Its project activities aim to ensure economic independence for job seekers. It also relies on volunteer mentors to find sustainable solutions for job seekers.
Approximately 40% of the people we care for live below the poverty line. 85% of our target group are not RAV recipients.

As a result of this, valuable resources are being lost in our society. Because only through targeted integration into the Swiss labor market can the investments in education be made usable for society as well as for individuals: Higher tax income through self-generated income and the elimination of social benefits bring advantages for everyone.
With its diverse range of services, the Networking for Jobs competence center supports job seekers in finding a job and proving themselves in the professional environment.

Consultancy for organisations and know-how transfer based on the competence model of Networking for Jobs®

The competence centre Networking for Jobs® has advised the organisations RAV, Caritas, Heks, cfd Christlicher Friedensdienst, PSI Paul Scherrer Institute and various communities. Their competences were expanded and deepened with methods and tools from the competence model of Networking for Jobs®. In addition, it was ensured that the knowledge transfer would have a sustainable impact in the projects.

International research und regional lead

Swiss lead partner of Horizon 2020 project HECAT – Disruptive Technologies for Labour Market Decision Making (
Project Lead: Research on Sustainable Employment in Switzerland (Mixed Methods).

The innovative offering of Platform Networking for Jobs was selected for the EU research project DIVERCITIES . The project investigates positive aspects of urban diversity that promote permeability and economic development in urban communities. The findings have been incorporated into government policies and programs.

Recommendation Letters

Platform Networking for Jobs is PWC-proofed (2017)