As a way of combating the lack of home-grown talent, Swiss businesses are set to increase their use of contractors for special projects or for specialist work.
When working in Switzerland what do contractors need to be aware of with regard to IR35? In order to answer that question, it might be helpful to briefly recap what IR35 legislation actually is and what it means for contractors.
John Brogan, Section Head of Water Environment Livelihoods & Disaster Risk Management at Terre des hommes, Switzerland, talks to us about what it’s like to work for an NGO in Switzerland.
Recent studies show that more than 25% of workers in Switzerland now work as contractors with some forecasting 50% by 2030.
On this map you can discover how skilled migrants are across the EU. For each country we show low, medium and highly skilled migrant numbers. The results shocked us...
The Swiss Federal Department of Economic Affairs has an online calculator to estimate your salary in Switzerland based on job/experience.
However that is not the whole story by a long shot...
Last week the Swiss Federal Government ruled that from 2021 all Swiss companies in excess of 100 employees are to report gender pay differences on a four yearly basis.
Swiss NGO's are receiving wake up calls from all quarters.
Their funding models are changing, some channels being cut severly or entirely, others changing the way they distribute funds.
This map features graphs that show how paternity leave compares to maternity leave in 16 EU/EEA countries.
In a national referendum the Swiss have voted to align with EU and OECD corporate taxation requirements to avoid tax haven status.
This map compares income tax across Europe, and shows how income tax rates can vary extremely from one Swiss canton to the next.
According to UN Statistics, Switzerland is the most attractive country in the world for skilled professionals, but how can it fill its growing skills gap?