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Romain Streff: Young people today rarely spend their career with just one employer. While salary is still an important factor, it is no longer the decisive component. The employer's ability to adapt to changes in the market and the possibility for the employee to grow in their job are equally important aspects. The term 'work-life balance' refers precisely to striking a good balance between personal and work fulfilment.
In addition, the Bank offers new hires unparalleled support through a mentoring programme that enables them to learn about the company more quickly
The designated mentor is a primary contact, fostering a more personal and open relationship. Moreover, new hires participate in a series of special training sessions so that they each start with the same foundation in banking and finance.
Leo Toussaint: That said, we offer all our personnel a highly diverse selection of courses whose goal is to help staff in their personal and professional development. In addition to having the ability to advance their careers, employees can also change jobs within the Bank. This flexibility is advantageous to all parties:
Romain Streff: Brand image plays a crucial role in how the company is viewed from outside. A good reputation has an effect not just on the company's clients, other businesses and potential recruits, but also ‒ and most importantly ‒ on its employees. It is a pleasure to work for a well-respected company that inspires trust beyond its own walls.
Spuerkeess was ranked first in the 2017 Randstad Luxembourg survey of the most appealing employers in Luxembourg. In fact, Spuerkeess is frequently covered in the media and regularly receives awards for its positive results, such as the Safest Bank Award for its stability and reliability in the marketplace, or the 2017 German Design Award for its S-net application.