Links about Working in Switzerland

    

Links to General Resources

  • ch.ch

    ch.ch helps you navigate the agencies of the federal, cantonal and district administrations. Find answers to topical questions about everyday life in Switzerland and get linked to the appropriate agencies.

  • Living and Working in Switzerland – information booklets by the State Secretariat for Migration

    These booklets are primarily intended for foreign nationals wishing to reside and work in Switzerland. Compiled by the State Secretariat for Migration (SEM), they inform on topics such as the country and its population; entry and stay, housing; working conditions; job search; social security; taxes; and much more.


Working in Switzerland

  • Location Switzerland

    Investing in Switzerland – Web page operated by the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) – provides investors and entrepreneurs with facts such as statistics and tables on Switzerland’s assets as a business location.

  • Jobarea Switzerland

    The Regional Employment Centers (RAV) help job seekers find employment and secure unemployment insurance.

  • Diploma recognition

    On these Web pages, the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) provides information on the procedures and the offices competent for authorizing foreign vocational certificates and academic diplomas.

  • The SECO information page on employees’ rights

    On this Web page, the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) advises on employees’ and employers’ rights and duties, informs on working hours and rest period regulations, deals with topics such as occupational health, including provisions on pregnancy at work and precautions, and statutory provisions on the employment of juveniles.


Social Security and Health Care

  • Social Security Guide for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SME)

    Employees and employers, especially SMEs, get answers to their questions on the various forms of social insurance, compulsory contribution, benefit entitlement, and financing. You will also find information on conditions of employment, collective labour agreements, employers’ and employees’ rights and duties, and international social security agreements.

  • Federal Social Insurance Office (FSIO)

    The FSIO Web page offers the latest on social insurance, Old Age and Survivors’ Insurance (OASI), Disability Insurance (DI), supplementary benefits, occupational benefit plan, income compensation, and family matters.

  • Social insurance Switzerland-EU

    This Web page offers those insured information on social security granted under the Agreement on the free movement of persons between Switzerland and the EU.

  • Federal Office of Public Health

    The Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) provides both up-to-date information on sickness and accident insurance and a survey of public health in Switzerland.

  • Public health and social security section at www.ch.ch

    This link contains information on public health in Switzerland, health institutions, insurance, health care, etc.


Taxes and Charges

  • Customs

    On this site, the Federal Customs Administration (FCA) informs on the requirements regarding the importation and exportation of goods, the levying of taxes, and on the Free Trade Agreement.

  • Federal Tax Administration

    This site, operated by the Federal Tax Administration (FTA), covers a vast array of tax-related questions and informs on the Swiss system of taxation. Furthermore, it contains a taxpayer’s guide to assessing income and property tax.

  • Information on value-added tax

    On this Federal Tax Administration (FTA) operated site, entrepreneurs will find ample information on their duty to pay taxes- such as VAT& - and billing. Taxpayers can download numerous forms (application, billing, change of domicile, etc.).

  • Links to cantonal tax authorities

    This link, provided by the Federal Tax Administration, helps you find the cantonal tax authorities and assess source tax levied by the cantons.

  • Double Tax Convention

    The Federal Tax Administration (FTA) runs a list of countries that are signatory to the Double Taxation Convention and have agreed to give relief for withholding tax levied abroad.


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