Cashless payment systems: Open Air visitors spend more money

Most music festivals in Switzerland now rely on cashless, closed-loop payment systems. Festival operators thereby benefit financially in several ways. Visitors often do not ...
For Women

“Women hold up half the sky” – Developments since the first Women’s Strike

Prof. Dr. Gudrun Sander, 30 years at the HSG, 30 years of work for equality – here in a personal interview. She has already achieved much at the University of St.Gallen and is ...

The promotion of women is about fairness. And about money.

While women and men in non-managerial positions are almost evenly distributed, the proportion of women in top management is just 15%. Even when employees are promoted to the first ...
Switzerland

The Benefits Of Studying In Switzerland

Prof. Dr. Winfried Ruigrok, dean of St.Gallen Executive School, explains why you should study in Switzerland.
Cyber Security

Implementation Challenges of the GDPR

This is the second blog in our series on Data Protection, following the article explaining the need for Swiss enterprises to establish a Data Protection Team.
man with bowler with cloud over his head

No name, no age, no photo – Are anonymised applications beneficial?

Job ads for sought-after positions can easily generate over 100 applications. HR departments are required to put together a pool of interesting applicants within a very short ...