Living and working in Switzerland

a survival handbook
  • 306 Pages
  • 0.62 MB
  • 8067 Downloads
  • English
by
Survival Books , Bath, England
Employment, Guidebooks, British, Social life and cu
StatementDavid Hampshire
The Physical Object
Pagination306 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27148785M
ISBN 101909282634
ISBN 139781909282636
OCLC/WorldCa828140051

Living and Working in Switzerland is essential reading for anyone planning to spend an extended period in Switzerland.

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/5(6). I'm living in Switzerland, and this book is the de facto bible for all expats here. Every time I meet other expats they ask me if I have this book.

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Whether you're already living or working in Switzerland or just thinking about it - this is THE BOOK for you. Forget about those glossy guide books, excellent though they are for tourists; this book was written especially with you in mind and is worth its weight in Book Edition: 15th Revised Edition.

Life in Switzerland. Here you will find answers to questions regarding the immigration - entry, living and working in Switzerland, changing residence, land purchases, taxation, social security, laws, special courses for foreign children.

Switzerland is famous for soaring mountains, clear lakes, punctual trains – and legendary chocolate. It lures expats with exciting employment packages and a high standard of living. But there are pros and cons to expat life in Switzerland.

The book is aimed at new arrivals to Switzerland as well as long-term residents who may want to travel to other parts of the country. David Hampshire is the author of Living and Working in Britain.

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Category: Employment Living And Working In Sofia. The country and its population Geography Switzerland is situated in the central Alpine region of Europe, adjoining Italy in the south, Austria and the Principality of Liechtenstein in the east, Germany in the north and France in the west.

It is without direct access to the sea. Total area: approx. 41, km 2. Living and Working in Switzerland is a comprehensive handbook on a wide range of everyday subjects and represents the most up-to-date source of general information available to foreigners in Switzerland.

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This book is guaranteed to make your life in Switzerland easier and more enjoyable, irrespective of whether you're planning to stay for a few months or indefinitely.

Living and working in Switzerland provides expatriate individuals (and their employers) information of a practical nature (e.g. housing, banking, education), as well as information on taxes and other employment‑related tion: Partner, Global Employer Services.

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Furthermore, this fully revised and updated 15th edition is printed in colour. This is a comprehensive book about living and working in Switzerland, first published in Switzerland Guide. Getting used to living in a new country is always a challenge.

The Just Landed Guide is designed to help you deal with the day-to-day challenges of living, working or studying in Switzerland.

It is full of useful information and step-by-step guides on how things work and how to. Living and working in Switzerland as a foreign national. The website provides information on work, moving house, tax at source, social security and supplementary school offerings for children.

Information can be found here on your rights and obligations in relation to working in Switzerland. Working hours (Arbeitsstunden, heures de travail) in Switzerland vary with the employer, your position and the industry in which you're employed, the average being around 41 hours per Swiss employment law, normal working hours should be a maximum of 45 hours per week.

Employees in industry work around 40 hours per week, while workers in the service sector, such as banking. Welcome to Zurich, welcome to Hello Switzerland. Here you will find all the information you need about living and working in Zurich.

From facts about cost of living, to helpful advice, enjoy your city. Get expert knowledge and solutions to answer all questions related to. Re: Living and Working in Switzerland Book - Difference between editions Switzerland changes very slowly, the recent differences in editions would only be in some laws.

Amazon in Britain still has some, you could order from there. Living and Working in Switzerland is a comprehensive handbook on a wide range of everyday subjects and represents the most up-to-date source of general information available to foreigners in Switzerland.

It isnt, however, simply a catalogue of dry facts and figures, but a practical and entertaining look at life. /5(6). English bookshops in Switzerland. Off the Shelf Bookstore is an English bookstore in Geneva. You can also order online ; Orell Füssli (The Bookshop) is the self-proclaimed (and indeed impressive) “Number One Address for English Books in Switzerland”, with a huge selection of English and US titles, along with a dedicated children’s department.

The book is aimed at new arrivals to Switzerland as well as long-term residents who may want to travel to other parts of the country.

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David Hampshire is the author of /5(3). Living and Working in Switzerland, 11th Edition: A Survival Handbook Written in an entertaining style with a touch of humour, Living and Working in Switzerland is designed to provide newcomers with the practical information necessary for a relatively trouble-free : David Hampshire.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Living and Working in Switzerland by David Hampshire, NovemSurvival Books, Ltd. edition, Paperback in English - 9th editionPages: Klappentext Whether you're already living or working in Switzerland or just thinking about it - this is THE BOOK for you.

Forget about those glossy guide books, excellent though they are for tourists; this book was written especially with you in mind and is worth its weight in. Attend our monthly events and activities for Switzerland expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.

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Information about changing residence, land purchases, withholding tax, social insurance, visa requirements for travel to EU member states and special courses for foreign children.Working in Switzerland as a citizen of an EU/EFTA member state.

Here you will find information about the requirements that must be met in order to work in Switzerland as a citizen of an EU/EFTA member state: Safeguard clause, quotas.