Sign electronically in HR

With Skribble you sign legally and easily in a digital way –
from employment contracts to certificates and wage statements.

Three women holding a document in their hands
Three contracts signed with batch processing

Finish the pile
with only one signature

New employment contracts for everyone: the authorised signatory no longer signs hundreds of contracts by hand, but signs them all at once with Skribble’s batch signature.

Candidates sign
digitally without delay

Efficient onboarding: You have a better chance of being chosen as an employer and HR administration becomes easier, faster and cheaper.

A woman sits in a deck chair and signs her employment contract on her tablet
Man with fountain pen would like to sign three contracts

Empower employees
to work more efficiently

Digitalisation enabler: HR enables the workforce to sign electronically and can manage their everyday work with less bureaucracy.

Sign within your existing
HR software

Stay with familiar tools: Sign from your existing systems, e.g. Google Drive, One Drive, Drop Box or Secure Safe. Alternatively, you can sign directly via your browser. (Coming end of 2019)

Existing systems, e.g. Google Drive, One Drive, Drop Box or Secure Safe
"Skribble offers a customer-friendly
solution for qualified electronic signatures in Switzerland."
e-foresight Think Tank

Skribble complies
with the legal requirements
for HR processes

You sign with legal effect and securely in accordance
with the following requirements:

Skribble is based on the qualified electronic signature (QES). The QES is equivalent to a handwritten signature according to Swiss and EU law.

Skribble obtains QES from Swisscom, a provider of electronic certificates recognised under ZertES and eIDAS.

Skribble and its signing partner Swisscom commit to manage data in accordance with the Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Moreover, all data is hosted in Switzerland according to banking standards.

Signed with Skribble means legally signed according to Swiss and EU law.

Why does the qualified electronic signature (QES) sets a digital standard by the law?

Ready to sign
in a few minutes

All you need is a mobile phone and a valid travel document
(Valid passport or identity card).

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Make an appointment
and get identified

"The electronic signing of documents becomes a core function of trusted
digital identities"
Daniel Gasteiger, founder and CEO of Procivis (eID+)

All clear?

Skribble’ s data centre is located in Switzerland and is ISO 270001 certified (according to banking standards).

All signatories are identified in advance. During signing, the signing person confirms his or her identity in two steps, the so-called two-factor authentication. This includes an SMS with a one-time password or the Mobile ID. The process is similar to logging into e-banking.

Yes, Skribble is based on the qualified electronic signature (QES). The QES is the only form of electronic signature that is equivalent to the handwritten signature before Swiss (OR Art. 14 Para. 2 bis) and EU law (eIDAS No. 9102014 Art. 25 Para. 2).

Not exclusively. Thanks to the visual signature, it can be seen on the printed contract that it has been digitally signed. However, since the digital certificates are lost when printed out, the traceability of the signature and thus the corresponding conclusiveness is not given. A contract signed with a qualified electronic signature must therefore always be stored in electronic form.

The QES is legally valid for an unlimited period of time.

Sign now, legally and electronically!

No credit card, entrance fee or commitment required.

Try it now