Our employees want a sustainable Baloise Group
In September 2019, Baloise employees were asked for their opinion on sustainability as part of the first ever Group-wide survey. We received responses from 1,749 employees, so almost a quarter of a...
What is the Baloise Session?
The Baloise Session is a boutique music festival in Basel, which sees national and international stars perform in an intimate setting each year over the course of ten concert nights. This year’s Ba...
Sustainability is reflected in the business model
Carsten Stolz talks about Sustainability at Baloise
Diversity and inclusion at Baloise to mark UNESCO World Day for Cultural Diversity
As a specialised agency of the United Nations, UNESCO has designated 21 May as World Day for Cultural Diversity. We plan to take this special day as an opportunity to showcase how Baloise is incorp...
Baloise Insurance identified as an outstanding employer once again
Thanks to its corporate health management, Baloise Insurance has once again been awarded the Friendly Work Space label in 2020. The label is given to organisations that systematically advocate for ...
Occupational pensions: Our responsibility in times of crisis
Our investments of occupational pension assets involve a substantial amount of responsibility – responsibility that we live up to in times of crisis, too.
Dividends as a key signal of stability in times of crisis
Companies that reliably distribute dividends to their shareholders symbolise security. Particularly in times of crisis, like the current coronavirus crisis, the distribution of planned dividends is...
Fighting COVID-19 with #VersusVirus
During the 48-hour hackathon #VersusVirus, Jonas was able to gain valuable experience which will have an impact on his CatchAHero initiative, a solution for the challenges surrounding the coronavir...
Health – a precious asset
In these extraordinary times we are using World Health Day to raise awareness around the issue of health – both as it relates to the novel coronavirus and otherwise.
What is rubbish – and what can be recycled?
Not everything is rubbish. Much of what we throw away contains valuable waste materials that can be reused.