Flexible Cooplework without the hassle


Do you need help with your harvest?

We have more than 300,000 flexible workers registered on our platform in Switzerland. They normally work in the catering and events industry, so are currently looking for work.

If your seasonal workers are not available this year, we can help!

How Coople can help you

On our platform, you can post a new job with just a few clicks and then find the right candidates in minutes. We specialise in a variety of sectors and connect companies with qualified and experienced staff.

Your advantages with Coople:

  • You pay a flat fee per working hour starting at CHF 17.00 (this includes gross salary, social benefits, administration and Coople’s fee)
  • Access to more than 300'000 registered flexible workers in Switzerland 
  • Our online platform is available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Our dedicated customer service team is always ready to answer your questions
  • We take care of all the admin, including pay roll
  • You can find the right flexible workers for your agriculture business in a few minutes

Arrange your call with our specialist customer service team now and find your harvest workers with Coople.

Registration Farms

(Exclusively for farms - if you want to work as a harvest helper please use this link -> )

Are you interested in applying as a harvest worker?

Register for free on Coople and create your Coopler profile with an up-to-date CV, certificates and other relevant documents.


Coople Registration

The harvesters solution 

Increasing travel restrictions in Europe are causing an acute shortage of harvest workers who are needed to secure the supply of domestic fruit and vegetables. Images of empty supermarket shelves have unsettled the Swiss population and wrongly conveyed the impression that Switzerland cannot guarantee the supply of fresh fruit and vegetables. 

To pre-empt such a scenario, the heads of the SOV and the VSGP have been discussing solutions for finding the workers necessary to bridge the gap during the phase of these travel restrictions. The cooperation presented today results from the initiative of private businesses in the catering and agricultural sectors. It proposes to hire workers from the catering and hotel industry, who are currently unable to work in their usual sectors due to Federal Council restrictions.  

Jimmy Mariéthoz, Director SOV:

"Every year, several thousand seasonal workers in Switzerland contribute to cultivating our crops and harvesting fruit and berries. Due to the exceptional situation this year, we had to quickly find an innovative solution to provide the domestic population with the best Swiss fruit and berries".