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Top tips from tip top employer LunaJets
Swiss broker LunaJets has been recognised for its best human resources practices. It offers free fitness classes, flexible hours, a hairdresser and team-building ski weekends, so it’s not hard to see why.

LunaJets has been named 'Best Employer 2019 in Switzerland' in the category of small companies under 70 employees by the Swiss financial and economical magazine Bilan in its April 2019 issue. The article focuses on best human resources practices and Bilan has evaluated more than 100 companywide criteria in this year's study.

LunaJets has been recognised as ‘best employer' for two years in a row, and is the only company in the private aviation industry to have won this award. CEO Eymeric Segard says: “It is great to receive this award from Bilan for the second time and a true testimony to how much we value the team's efforts. This award calls on us to continue challenging ourselves to be even more innovative, and we will continue to implement new employee benefits in order to maintain enthusiasm and loyalty. A fulfilled employee delivers better service.”

The benefits offered to every LunaJets' employee is the primary reason for the private jet charter company winning the award. They receive training and development, flexible hours, unlimited vacation days and monthly massages, all from a pet-friendly office. Employees also have access to a fully equipped gym, company car and a kitchen stocked with unlimited snacks, fresh fruits and smoothies.

This year sees the introduction of new employee benefits such as a visit by a hairdresser to the office premises every six weeks, go-karting evenings, free Pilates and crossfit classes and a three-day company ski retreat in Chamonix for team-building and relaxation.

Director of business development and sales Alain Leboursier adds: “We are extremely pleased to receive this award, which also serves as a great recruiting tool to motivate candidates. Although our outstanding company practices are a given to us, it's nice to receive this recognition from external professionals.”

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