Adrian Tüscher

Adrian Tüscher

Partner, Attorney-at-Law, Head of Employment & Immigration Services and Equity-based Compensation Services

How to incentivize staff without stretching salary budgets

Attracting and retaining talent is a key success factor for companies today. It’s also a major cost factor - so it pays to invest strategically in incentivization. In a world of transformation, HR leaders also need to ensure that they’re ploughing resources into the right skills and technology.
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Swiss immigration – beware of new language requirements!

Effective 1 January 2019 the revised Swiss Federal Act on Foreign Nationals and Integration (FNIA) was enacted. One of the most remarkable changes is the new language requirement for work and residence permits.
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Brexit and Switzerland: 10 employment & immigration considerations

As the UK’s EU departure deadline draws closer, there are still many open questions. Switzerland and the UK provide for more certainty in a bilateral citizens’ rights agreement, however. We explore 10 aspects of employment and immigration in a post-Brexit environment.
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Lessons learned in new Swiss job registration requirement

The new Swiss job registration requirement entered into force on 1 July 2018. Since then, job postings at local unemployment offices have nearly tripled. What are the lessons learned so far as businesses, HR and the competent administrations grapple with this additional burden?
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Becoming a Swiss citizen: What the upcoming changes to the Swiss Citizen Act mean for you

Recent amendments to the Swiss Citizen Act aim to facilitate the application process and reduce cantonal discretion as of 1 January 2018. One major change: Application will be restricted to C-permit holders as residents holding a B-permit will no longer qualify for naturalization.
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Swiss immigration: recent developments and outlook 2018

Looking back at 2017 and forward to 2018, I offer an overview of the latest developments and outline some recommendations for navigating Switzerland’s immigration laws and admission practice. It’s clear employers will have to review recruitment processes before the ‘Stop Mass Immigration’ plan takes effect in July 2018.
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