Tag Archives: inclusion

Easy to Implement Ideas for Inclusion


A famous Swiss supermarket had an incident where an employee in the sales area wanted to wear a head scarf, but they did not allow her to do that, so she resigned. Unfortunately, this happens to a company that promotes being open and living diversity, equity, and inclusion. I don’t see a s*** storm happening, and it seems that in Switzerland, this is acceptable, and I’m afraid I have to disagree.  In Switzerland, the land of Zwingli and Calvin, the majority religious group is Roman Catholic, with approximately 37% of the Swiss population. The reformed Evangelical community makes up 25%. 5% of the Swiss population is Muslim, mainly from the Balkans and Turkey. Around 30% of the population have no religious […]

Angie Weinberger’s Latest Song and The Global Rockstar Album


Angie Weinberger’s Latest Song and The Global Rockstar Album by Anne-Kristelle Carrier Dear guests, dear team, Angie, good afternoon! I am truly honored to have worked with Angie’s team on this unique project and to be here for this long-awaited Global Rockstar Album book launch. Angela Weinberger is a true visionary and leader in Global Mobility and has dedicated her career until now to changing things for the better in the corporate world: bringing the Human Touch back into mobility, integrating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion practices, and wrapping it all up, changing the narrative of what a good leader is. I met Angie back in 2010 at an Expat Partner event she hosted. She made such an impression on me […]

Positive Impact of German Language Expressions and Manners

Frankfurt, Germany

Positive Impact of German Language Expressions and Manners The German language or “Deutsch” is the world’s 15th most spoken language according to Ethnologue’s latest data. The German language is spoken in 28 countries, and 76 million people worldwide speak it as their mother tongue. Globally, there are 132.1 million German language speakers. As of 2016, Germany is home to 82.67 million, 95% of whom speak German as their first language. Status of the German language German is the official language in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Liechtenstein. In Switzerland, it is one of the country’s four official languages. German, which belongs to the West Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family, shares some of the characteristics with its co-branch […]

Linguistic Diversity in Switzerland

Biel / Bienne

Linguistic Diversity in Switzerland: Exploring the Languages Spoken in a Multilingual Country Guest Post by Sean Hopwood, President of Day Translations Switzerland, renowned for its picturesque landscapes, political stability, and exquisite chocolates, is also celebrated for something less conspicuous yet equally remarkable – its linguistic diversity. Nestled in the heart of Europe, this small and landlocked country is a melting pot of cultures, traditions, and languages. While the linguistic diversity in Switzerland may not be as renowned as its iconic Alpine vistas, it is an essential cornerstone of its unique identity. In this article, we explore Switzerland’s fascinating linguistic tapestry, where four official languages intertwine to create a harmonious symphony of communication. German, French, Italian, and Romansh coexist within the […]

Women Shaping the Future of Entrepreneurship

Gabrielle

This article examines the benefits of having more women in the tech industry and the importance of entrepreneurship for the future.