From gaining new experiences in different roles to acquiring fresh knowledge and skills – at UBS we believe that you should never stop growing and learning because life never stops teaching. We know that it's our people – with their unique backgrounds, skills, experience levels and interests – who drive our ongoing success. Ready to be part of #teamUBS and make an impact? Find out more at ubs.com/careers. UBS works with individuals, families, institutions, and corporations around the world to help answer some of life's questions – whether through award winning wealth management advisory, investment banking and asset management expertise, or private and corporate banking services in Switzerland. With more than 71,000 colleagues around the world, we collaborate across all major financial centers in 50 countries**. Although we all come from different backgrounds and specializations, two things unite us: the conviction that we’re stronger together, and the will and curiosity to constantly innovate. That’s the key to us unlocking our full potential (and what we look for in everyone who joins us). It’s also why we’re regularly recognized as an attractive employer.
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After seeing the results that remote working can have during the pandemic, hybrid working became a core part of the workplace culture at UBS. They believe that flexible working is essential, as it allows them to retain a more diverse group of employees who may have different requirements that need to be met through these flexible working options.
What we love about UBS:
💡 The use of technology to offer support to those who work remotely, increasing engagement and productivity.
💡 Empowering employees to decide a way of working that works best for them.
What's worth checking about UBS:
💡 Traders, branch staff and those whose roles require on-site presence have little/no flexibility.
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Hybrid working is becoming the norm in many teams at UBS, and a core part of our workplace culture. And, it’s not just current employees who benefit.
Our hybrid working model helps us attract – and retain – a larger and more diverse group of employees, including early-career talent, working parents and those in continuing education. Hybrid working’s emphasis on technology and virtual collaboration also sparks the innovative thinking that makes us more agile and helps us further improve clients’ (and colleagues’) experiences.We’ve also recently accelerated the roll-out of new ways of working across the firm. In particular, agile working practices – and multi-disciplinary agile teams, where this makes sense – will help us be more responsive, adaptive and innovative in everything we do.