Shining a spotlight on hidden talents
Commitment and motivation are really rewarded at Livit. We invest purposefully in talented, committed employees and allow them to pursue a career tailored to their talents.
Livit fosters talent
Alongside our career management provision, Livit identifies outstanding talent and fosters it by cultivating management skills, business leadership and project management. To that end, we have developed a special talent programme that hones and develops skills in a targeted way. This is next-level career management.
Transforming talents into managers, specialists and project leads
Livit talents play an even greater part in helping to shape Livit and are committed to making our vision a reality. They experience digitalisation at Livit up close, play an active role in developing new processes and services, and help to grow customer relationships.
Livit talents help shape the future of Livit.
Anniversary interview: Ticino success story
Congratulations Micaela Tobler. Our dedicated branch manager in Ticino is celebrating an impressive 20 years with Livit. In this interview, she provides insight into her personal history and the unprecedented expansion of the Ticino branch.
Real estate accounting – specialised and professionalised
Today’s centre of excellence for ancillary costs within real estate accounting has created industry standards and even launched the first professional training course in its field in Switzerland: compelling evidence that the gradual separation of this specialist field from property management has been a complete success.
An old flame never dies
Claudia completed an apprenticeship at Livit, then worked for us as a property manager and team leader. After 17 years, she decided to take on a new challenge outside of our company but returned a few years later. It is not all that uncommon for employees to find their way back to Livit. In 2023, 19 people did it. Find out what prompted Claudia to return to Livit.
Self-determination in later years
We are an ageing population and the need for age-appropriate housing is thus increasing. The majority of elderly people do not want to live an isolated life in a care facility. In the last post of our Future series ‘How We Will Live Tomorrow’, we’ve teamed up with think tank W.I.R.E. to present ideas for housing in the age of the silver society.
Artificial intelligence: here to help?
The advent of artificial intelligence as part of our future lives opens up a wealth of new opportunities, but also entails certain risks. In the latest post in our Future Series, we’ve teamed up with think tank W.I.R.E. to examine the implications of AI in our living and working spaces, and the primary ethical considerations going forward.
Self-actualisation guided by the circular economy
Due to the increasingly tangible effects of climate change and changing consumption and behaviour patterns, demand for climate-neutral products and raw materials is growing. But the need for new materials and the way we use them is set to change in future. While the sharing society plays a key role, a counter-trend is also in play.
Greater support in tougher times
Finding a home in Zurich is a challenge – especially for people who are at a disadvantage from a social, economic or cultural perspective. The Domicil foundation has been working for many years to find housing for people in difficult circumstances. As a long-standing partner, we lend Domicil our support, and have decided to expand this assistance in response to a housing market under growing strain. To mark our company’s 60th anniversary, we are making a major donation to Domicil.
A world of different models for living and housing
Traditional family models and gender roles can be said to have become obsolete. The individualisation of our society will continue to progress and will open up even more possibilities for shaping how we live and work together. How can rigid real estate meet changing lifestyles and a need for flexibility? Read the theories of the W.I.R.E. Institute for the Future in the latest article in our series ‘How We Will Live Tomorrow’.
365 days as CEO: 5 questions for Wolfgang Stiebellehner
Wolfgang Stiebellehner joined Livit in 2014 after having headed the property management division for eight years with responsibility for Livit’s core business. He succeeded Andreas Ingold as CEO of Livit in October 2022.
Time for a recap.
Job sharing at Livit: a job for two
Many companies continue to neglect job sharing in management roles. But two Livit team leaders, Laura and Regula, demonstrate that job sharing can also work seamlessly at management level. They have been successfully leading one of our property management teams together for four and a half years.