Employees

It is crucial to our business success that we recruit, retain and promote collaborative and committed employees and managers. As an attractive employer, the LLB Group offers a corporate culture based on partnership, interesting tasks and plenty of scope for growth. The LLB Group strives to be an employer of choice and a responsible employer.

Group Human Resources

Strategic environment

In 2015, the LLB Group completed the implementation of its Focus2015 strategy. By repositioning itself, the LLB Group has laid solid foundations for a sustainable and successful future. The employees’ motivation, commitment and competence play a decisive role in achieving the LLB Group’s objectives as well as in realising its vision and guiding principles. Hence, in 2015, we put expression into our guiding principles. Our values of “integrity”, “respectfulness”, “excellence” and “pioneering” are central to our identity. We firmly believe that a corporate culture which resolutely upholds values releases positive energy of a kind that makes a true difference to our clients. In 2016, the corporate group will implement the next stage of its strategic objective with the StepUp2020 strategy, focusing on the four core elements of growth, profitability, innovation and excellence. In 2015, we developed a broad concept for enhancing the profile of the LLB Group as an attractive employer.

Tasks and objectives

The organisational unit Group Human Resources (GHR) is responsible for implementing a uniform personnel strategy within the LLB Group. It supports the Group Executive Board and the Board of Directors in matters of personnel policy. GHR recruits employees and managers, conducts management development and succession planning, and is responsible for all training and professional education. Together with the management, GHR defines the cornerstones of the professional development of our employees and promotes an appreciative, performance-oriented management culture.

In 2014, SAP HCM (Human Capital Management) was introduced for the Liechtensteinische Landesbank, Bank Linth and LLB Österreich. It allows decentralised administrators to administer all staff and Group companies Group-wide.