Passing on our watchmaking know-how
Vaucher Manufacture Fleurier (VMF) employs approximately 150 staff, representing around twenty watchmaking and micro-mechanical skills. Guided by excellence and committed to keeping alive the heritage of Switzerland’s traditional know-how, it confers a central role at all times to the human dimension. We train large numbers of apprentices in the different skills of prestige mechanical watchmaking and accompany them throughout their development.
We offer our employees an attractive work environment in a serene atmosphere which encourages employees to fulfil their potential, while opportunities for self-improvement are available to all staff. We invest heavily in continuing education, as well as in modern facilities and equipment.
A cutting-edge movement manufacturer, Vaucher Manufacture Fleurier is also a driver of technological innovation, involving its employees in this process so that they can continually develop their skills
Heir to a long tradition, Vaucher Manufacture Fleurier is also future-oriented. We are committed to investing in innovation and the training of young people to ensure the transmission of watchmaking know-how. We can thus count on the skills of over 150 employees, representing around twenty watch and micromechanical professions.
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Training is at the heart of our values – ones which perpetuate our know-how, ones which transmit tradition. We train apprentice watchmakers and micromechanics.
Responsible for the sustainability of our various professions, we maintain employability by promoting personal development. We guarantee the training of apprentices to ensure workforce succession.