Updated as of 03 June 2020 Dear Cooplers, Your health and safety are still…. Continue Reading
The Swiss Federal Council is lifting the lockdown faster than planned for all restaurants and bars. On May 11th, restaurants will be able to reopen, giving them only a few days to plan their operations. Coople, Europe’s largest digital platform for flexible staffing solutions, can enable the hospitality industry to access a vast pool of skilled flexible staff instantly to cover planned and unplanned peaks in business effectively.
Once again, Coople has received the award “Best staffing agency for temporary work”. In the annual survey conducted by Handelszeitung, Le Temps and Statista, HR managers, external recruitment agencies and personnel service providers rated Coople with the maximum number of points.
The consequences of the federal and cantonal measures taken against the spread of SARS-CoV-2 are…. Continue Reading
Following the initiative of Swiss business owners, the Swiss Fruit Association (SOV) and the Association of Swiss Vegetable Producers (VSGP) are taking an important step towards securing the 2020 harvest by collaborating with flexible work platform Coople. In order to compensate for the travel restrictions that were imposed in response to the spread of SARS-CoV-2, workers from other sectors are to be recruited as harvest workers via the Coople on-demand staffing platform.
While most of the hospitality and events sector have to shut down to try and contain the spread of the coronavirus, there are still sectors that are incredibly busy and rely on a steady supply of flexible workers.
Leading on-demand staffing platform Coople continues on its high-growth trajectory, disrupting the traditional staffing industry.
Coople, Europe’s largest platform for flexible work, is partnering with the organizers of the Freeride World Tour to launch the first ever Verbier E-Bike Festival.
The association of hotels and restaurants have announced plans to bring together eastern Switzerland’s hospitality and seasonal workers with the help of Coople’s technology.