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Non EU B permit not linked to employer, changing work

hello all

I signed a contract today for a new offer i got and then later today i got another offer which i guess is much better for me.

Does anyone know what to do in such case ? Am i allowed to cancel the first contract i signed ? Is it problematic with the work office ?

Please let me know

All the best

Sherif
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Old 31.10.2014, 10:53
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Re: Non EU B permit not linked to employer, changing work

First - do you have a permit already? If so what kind, for how long and with what conditions?

Second - a work contract is not just a piece of paper, but a binding agreement. If you signed and returned the contract from the first employer, you are obliged to take up the work and cannot just not show up. If you don't want to do that, you need to hand in notice as per whatever is regulated in the contract (in the first 3 months of employment, this is usually a week only, though it might be more). Alternatively, you need to reach out to the employer and discuss openly and honestly as to why you changed your mind; they might then just let it go, though again, they are allowed to insist for you start working as agreed and hand in your notice as agreed.
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Re: Non EU B permit not linked to employer, changing work

Hello

Thanks for your reply.

Yes, I have a B-permit not linked to my employer.

The notice period is 5 days within the first 3 months, and the contract starts on the 1.2.

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Re: Non EU B permit not linked to employer, changing work

Dear Sherif,

Hope soon you will be started work at new employer who you like much.
I am in my second year B permit after 2 years of L permit (canton Zurich ). I would like to know whether my B permit is link to to the my current employer or open to change the job.
Could you please let me know what is the procedure to know the status of my permit as you have already got the status of your permit.

Thanks in advance.

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