Christian Bösiger
Senior Consultant

Remo Grossen
Senior Consultant

Stanley Lam
Junior Consultant


As part of the newly established onboarding process at ERNI, the “Onboarding Closure Event” presents an opportunity to exchange about the impressions that newcomers get about ERNI during their first months. After almost 4 months at the company, we were invited to present our experience gathered in the last few months and provide some major insights about ERNI.

As for our main learnings, we can bring different points of view: We experienced that we – as employees – are ERNI. In order to contribute, it is important to bring in ideas, show actions proactively and be visible to other colleagues. ERNI is a huge knowledge base, built on all kinds of people. The people at ERNI are open-minded, smart and helpful regardless of their role.
Our main asset is to have knowledge, know-how, and experience from many different perspectives and backgrounds. As this is so important, we are a part of the network, we bring a fresh breeze, a fresh mindset and a specific skillset from our previous work and life destinations.

As team players, we also bring social skills to communicate, convince, impress our customers and to solve their problems. This, as a holistic approach in part of how we generate value also as services.

Together, we are very happy to have joined ERNI on this journey and hope to continue our path.


About the Onboarding Closure Event

The onboarding at ERNI takes 2 to 3 months and is filled with various activities. “The closure event took place for the first time on 19 February. The session aimed to collect impressions but also to put findings into words how each of the participants can bring added value to the company”, says Peter Binetsch, the leader of the event. “The two hours event is not just a summary but also another opportunity to network and strengthen relationships.”

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