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SME Growth

Quality versus Quantity   Growth is good, right? Indeed, it’s at the heart of most, if not every company’s long-term goals. And there are myriad reasons to strive to expand your company. It gives you more independence and is often viewed as an indicator of success. In...

AHV Pension Increase

On the 1st of January 2018 the maximum pension of the AHV/IV funds will increase from CHF 2’350.00 to CHF 2’370.00. This decision is based on the latest analysis of the salary-price index. Since this figure is the reference point for most other key figures in the...

Communication matters 1

Great website, shame about the content   Communication matters, and while many start-ups and small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) recognize the importance of effective communication, too often they are not realizing its full potential. Some cite costs as a...

What happens to my swiss pension when i move?

What happens to my pension if I leave Switzerland?   For the first time, Switzerland has 2 million non-Swiss residents. That’s nearly a quarter of the nation's 8.3 million population. You may be one of these non-Swiss residents, a beneficiary of today’s highly mobile...

Switzerland’s looming skills shortage Part 3

Focusing on the essentials   In previous posts we examined how a lack of skilled workers will affect the Swiss labour market generally. But how will it impact your company specifically, and what can you do about it?   In an ideal world you would focus entirely on...

Switzerland’s looming skills shortage Part 2

How the digitalization of accounting can help   In July 2018, there were over 30,000 vacancies in Switzerland according to the Staatssekretariat fϋr Wirtschaft[1] (SECO), the Swiss government body responsible for monitoring and developing economic and labour market...

Switzerland’s looming skills shortage Part 1

Major developments impacting Switzerland’s labour market   By 2030, Switzerland’s workforce will face a shortfall of half a million workers according to a recent University of Zurich report[1].   This acute lack of workers, particularly skilled workers, could have...

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