|Tuesday||Jan-01||New Year's Day||Neujahrstag|
|Wednesday||Jan-02||Berchtolds Day||Aargau, Bern, Fribourg, Glarus, Jura, Lucerne, Neuchâtel, Obwalden, Schaffhausen, Solothurn, Thurgau, Vaud, Zug, Zurich|
|Sunday||Jan-06||Three Kings' Day||Graubünden, Lucerne, Schwyz, Ticino, Uri|
|Friday||Mar-01||Republic Day||NeuchÃ¢tel only|
|Tuesday||Mar-19||St. Joseph's Day||Graubünden, Lucerne, Nidwalden, Schwyz, Solothurn, Ticino, Uri, Valais only|
|Thursday||Apr-04||Näfelser Fahrt||Glarus only. First Thursday in April|
|Monday||Apr-15||Sechseläuten||Afternoon, Zurich only. 3rd Monday in April|
|Friday||Apr-19||Good Friday||Friday before Easter Sunday|
|Monday||Apr-22||Easter Monday||All regions except Ticino. Monday after Easter Sunday|
|Wednesday||May-01||Labour Day||International Workers Day. Holiday in 11 cantons|
|Sunday||May-12||Mother's Day||2nd Sunday in May. Not a public holiday|
|Thursday||May-30||Ascension Day||40 days after Easter|
|Saturday||Jun-01||Father's Day||1st Sunday in June|
|Monday||Jun-10||Whit Monday||All regions except Valais. Also Known as Pentecost Monday|
|Thursday||Jun-20||Corpus Christi||Aargau, Appenzell Innerrhoden, Fribourg, Jura, Lucerne, Nidwalden, Obwalden, Ticino, Uri, Valais, Zug|
|Sunday||Jun-23||Fête d'Indépendance||Jura only|
|Saturday||Jun-29||Saint Peter and Saint Paul||Graubünden, Ticino only|
|Thursday||Aug-15||Assumption Day||Aargau, Appenzell Innerrhoden, Fribourg, Jura, Lucerne, Nidwalden, Obwalden, Schwyz, Solothurn, St. Gallen, Ticino, Uri, Valais, Zug only|
|Sunday||Sep-01||Jeûne genevois||Geneva only. Thursday after 1st Sunday in September|
|Monday||Sep-09||Knabenschiessen||Afternoon, Zurich only. Monday after 2nd weekend in September|
|Sunday||Sep-15||Swiss Federal Fast||All regions except Geneva. Third Sunday in September|
|Monday||Sep-16||Bettagsmontag||Bern, NeuchÃ¢tel, Vaud. Monday after 3rd Sunday in September|
|Wednesday||Sep-25||Saint Nicholas of Flüe||Obwalden only|
|Sunday||Dec-08||Immaculate Conception Day||Regional Holiday|
|Thursday||Dec-26||St. Stephen's Day||Celebrated on 26th December. Except Geneva, Jura, Neuch|
|Tuesday||Dec-31||Restoration Day||Geneva only. Commemorates the re-establishment of Geneva as a republic in 1813|
Holidays are observed on their calendar date. If the date of a holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, then the holiday will not be moved to a weekday.
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Minimum wage is $25 an hour.
The employer contributes 4.2%
The employee contributes 4.2%. There is no salary ceiling.
Employee is entitled to a severance pay if they are over the age of 50 and have worked in the company for 20 consecutive years. The payment is two months of salary.
At least one week of notice.
If the employee has been working in the company for 1 year, they receive one-month notice, from 2 years to 9 years they receive two months’ notice, from then on, three months’ notice.
Many employers take out an insurance for daily allowance during illness to be able to pay their employees 80% during prolonged absences due to illness. Employers pay for at least half of the amount of the premiums. Wage continuation applies for the duration of the employee’s inability to work, but no longer than 720 days within 900 consecutive days.
Employees over the age of 20 receive 4 weeks of paid holiday. Under the age of 20, they receive 5 weeks of paid holiday.
Maternity leave lasts 98 days (or 14 weeks), from the day it starts. Both full-time and part-time employees are entitled to maternity leave. Women who return to work earlier lose their entitlement to compensation.o Mothers are paid 80% of their wages in the form of a daily allowance, but no more than CHF 196 per day. Cantonal provisions, staff rules and collective labor agreements may provide additional solutions.
In the private sector, employers must grant employees “regular working hours and days” off for family events. New fathers can therefore ask their employers for one to two days off for the birth of their child. These details are set out in your employment contract.
Public holidays vary from depending on the canton.
Expats in Switzerland can choose to deduct lump-sum expatriate deduction monthly only if their permanent home in their home country is available during the assignment, if the house has been rented or unavailable, the lump sum is not accepted. Double housing cost reduction is also available only if the home country housing is permanently owned and available by the expat. Costs for traveling that are considered obligatory for the move will also be deducted. For the period of 5 years, school costs can also be deducted for expat’s children. Only expats who are executive employees and specialist working in Switzerland temporarily, with a letter of assignment, that states the employment term is less than 5 years and the employee will return to the home country after the assignment is over, are qualified for the expat benefits.
1) Disability Benefits
2) Compensation for temporary loss of income
4) Accident Insurance
5) Family allowance
6) Administration fee
1) Employer contributes 0.7%
2) Employer contributes 0.25%
3) Employer contributes 1.1% if the salary is up to CHF 126,000 and 0.5% if it is over 126,000.
4) Employer contributes up to CHF 126,000
5) Employer contributes 1.2% - 3.5% no salary ceiling
6) Employer contributes 3% of the pension, disability and loss of income contribution.
1) Employee contributes 0.7%, no salary ceiling.
2) Employee contributes 0.25% no salary ceiling
3) Employee contributes 1.1% if the salary is up to CHF 126,000 and 0.5% if it is over 126,000.
4) Employee contributes 0%
5) Employee contributes 0%
6) Employee contributes 0%
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