Tag Archives: Finding a job in Switzerland

The Social Media Newbie Series – Part 1 LinkedIn

GUEST POST BY NABEHA LATIF With the world going digital and businesses indulging more in online servicing, communications and social interactions have, therefore, become hot spots, especially with the likes of LinkedIn helping Freelance and stay-at-home workers connect and grow. LinkedIn is no longer a new platform or in its early stages, a well-established and maintained social platform for business-minded individuals and professionals. However, does being a professional on LinkedIn or being a veteran on the site mean you have the best profiles out there? Not at all! Like everything else, each passing moment calls for a new development that brings multiple changes to the platform. So this raises the question: how do you get the professional and sleek-looking profile […]

Repatriating to Zurich, Switzerland – Five Tips


We think it is vital to give you five key tips to handle your repatriation to Zurich, Switzerland. We have clients like Peter, a Swiss national, who decided to go on an international assignment that led him to spend several years in another country. He fell in love with a resident during his stay, and they married. As a result, their children obtained dual nationality. Eventually, when the assignment was over, Peter returned to Switzerland with his family, triggering a series of immigration and other challenges, particularly for his partner, who did not speak the local languages such as German or French. Here are five essential tips for repatriating to Zurich 1 – Plan and understand all legal requirements: Before […]

Opening a Food Business in Zurich, Switzerland

Food Business in Switzerland

I’m regularly going for business lunches in Zurich and when I started my business I could not really afford that. Nowadays, if I haven’t been to a restaurant yet, I always leave a Google review and I even give feedback on forms. The reason I am doing this is because I’m hardly ever wowed by the experience. There are a number of reasons for that and my Swiss friends will probably cancel me for saying that but one reason is the Swiss attitude and arrogance to literally everything. There are 1001 rules and regulations and it is hard to survive as a restaurant owner. So most restaurants here are owned by chains and many of them are great (such as […]

Do you have the Holiday Blues?

Back to the Telephone

The holidays are over and you are probably already getting back-to-work blues. That’s alright, most of us  experience a form of adjustment and maybe even feel a little overwhelmed at the change of pace. I thought I could ease myself in slowly by starting on Thursday already and then it hit me like a snowball. Friday, I was working away in a frenzy and did about four loads of washing at the same time. (I know, multitasking is not good for the brain, but every machine run is a bit like a smoking break – not that I smoke…but you get the gist.) Since a long time I haven’t written a to-do-list other than the ones, I write to structure […]