After reading this article, it seems like there is a lot to consider when hiring a cleaner for your property in Switzerland. In fact, the article brings to light a lot of very important information we wanted to share, related to hiring and working in the country in general.
If you are a non-Swiss citizen from a shortlist of EU countries and looking to work, the system is fairly straightforward. With a little help from the local community office, you should be up and running or should I say, working in no time.
The article also discusses contracts, illness and insurance in detail, to help you comprehend the process without leaving you confused. This information could help anyone self-employed or with a relocatable skill-set to get settled in the world centre of innovation.
The Swiss franc is only getting stronger so earning, investing and buying property in Switzerland will continue to be a safe choice for the foreseeable future.
Cleaners are expensive in Switzerland. Prices typically range from around CHF 20 to CHF 30 an hour depending on the location and level of experience. Prices are high, partly because of the rising value of the Swiss franc, which has risen by around 35% against the US dollar, and nearly 90% against both the pound and the euro over the last 10 years.