Leaders Club

The Swiss Diversity Leaders Club is a national exchange platform of D&I experts and interested parties from the business community. This national network actively drives D&I issues in Switzerland with the aim of discussing best practices and developments, sharing expert knowledge and experience, and inspiring and empowering each other. In addition, mindfulness for fellow human beings and organizations should be promoted.

Members of the Swiss Diversity Leaders Club should be strengthened in their role as pacesetters for social change in order to bring the values of diversity and inclusion more succinctly into the public and private sector discourse.

The Swiss Diversity Leaders Club meets at least three times a year to exchange ideas in various Swiss cities and regularly provides information on D&I topics.

Webinar series "Leaders @ Lunch"
To complement the in-person meetings, monthly Leaders Club webinars were launched in April 2023, where company representatives:inside can present their perspective on a D&I area. The webinars are held on the first Thursday of each month over lunch, 12:15-1 p.m.

Would you like to attend? Sign up at taisia.vedunova@swissdiversity.com‍‍

Review: Award of the Prix Inclusion together with the Canton of Zurich

With the PrixInclusionZH, the Equality Office of the Canton of Zurich recognizes and rewards employers who are particularly committed to a fair and equal treatment corporate culture. Through this investment, the companies not only create added value for their diverse workforce, but have also proven to benefit from their higher innovation, lower fluctuation and stronger loyalty.

Over 90 employers took part in the competition for the prize. At the awards ceremony on January 25 at the Stadtkäserei Zurich, three companies were honored for their efforts and achievements on behalf of their employees: Hilti (Schweiz) AG, Ergosign GmbH and Decathlon Switzerland.

From startups to large international companies, from non-profit organizations to public municipal administrations - since 2011, the Gender Equality Office has been honoring progressive employers who stand out for their particularly inclusive working conditions.

Review: Award of the Prix Inclusion together with the Canton of Zurich