LunaJets wins Bilan's top employer award

The Switzerland-based charter broker takes good care of its workers, according to the leading financial magazine.

By Doug Gollan, April 30, 2018

The Switzerland-based charter broker takes good care of its workers, according to the leading financial magazine

Geneva-based LunaJets was awarded last week the top prize for “Best Employer 2018” for companies under 50 employees, by Bilan magazine, the business and economic reference in French-speaking Switzerland. It’s the 10th year the financial magazine has published its choice of companies for best HR practices. 


Bilan’s survey was developed taking several key factors into consideration:


  • Total compensation
  • Health promotion policy
  • Equality promotion
  • Training and development
  • Work-life balance organization
  • Vacation and compensatory leave
  • Mobility
  • Social corporate responsibility
  • Welfare, communication, motivation and involvement.


LunaJets, in winning the award, was noted for offering employees flexible hours, in-house and external training opportunities, supplementary accident insurance, access to a massage therapist, a spacious kitchen with fresh fruits, healthy snacks and cereal bars, and a fridge full of healthy food and smoothies.  Staff still in the office after 8pm are also offered free takeaway meals at the local Italian restaurant.  Bilan also said LunaJets offices are 100% pet-friendly, and occasionally welcome and enjoy the visit of employees’ four-legged best friends with pet beds, toys and bowls always on stand-by.


LunaJets sells on-demand charter, empty legs (it currently has 143 listed) and offers a shared flight app, although no shared flights are currently listed. The broker also has an innovative map on its website that enables users to quickly figure out hour many flight hours various destination are with some basic starting pricing.

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