Swiss Post has performed very well in a survey on equal pay for women and men. The latest salary analysis shows that the percentage value of the unexplained salary gap is well below the 5 percent tolerance threshold accepted by the Confederation across all units. The company regularly reviews salary differences.
Swiss Post is consistently committed to equal pay. The company aims to pay equal salaries for work of equal value, regardless of the employees’ gender. The latest salary analysis shows that this commitment is paying off, with good to very good scores achieved across all units. They have low unexplained salary differences between women and men, all of which are below the Confederation’s tolerance threshold of 5 percent. “I’m personally very pleased with the results. But we aren’t satisfied yet: we want to improve even more in the future and eliminate the remaining unexplained salary differences as far as possible,” says Valérie Schelker, Head of Human Resources.