Work permits and International employee assignments

In our global society based on the principle of division of labor, the international assignment of employees has not only gained in importance, but has also played a pioneering role in shaping this development. As a law firm with an international orientation, we have an excellent network as well as specific expertise in the field of global mobility and an outstanding cooperation partner.

90 days or less in a calendar year

The registration procedure allows employees to be sent to Switzerland for work assignments during a limited period of 90 days in a flexible and unbureaucratic manner.

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More than 90 days in a calendar year

If you plan to work in Switzerland for a longer period of time, which can no longer be handled via the registration procedure, you must apply for a work permit.

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Local employment in Switzerland

If the work in Switzerland is not to be based on a assignment, a cross-border commuter permit or a local employment (Swiss employment contract) may be preferable.

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  • Simon Schnetzler
    Simon Schnetzler
    lic.iur., Attorney-at-law, LL.M.
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