Attractive working

Thanks to liberal, but regulated legislation, the labour market is flexible and companies benefit from attractive framework conditions. Nevertheless, working conditions are great for employees. For example, no country in Europe boasts such a low staff turnover rate as Switzerland.

Work permit
To work in Switzerland as a foreign national, you need a Swiss work permit (L, B, C or G depending on the case) in addition to an employment contract. This goes for everyone: citizens of the European Union and EFTA as well as of non-EU countries. However, the conditions for granting a work permit differ depending on the country of origin, age, place of residence and type of contract.


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