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Employement with L type visa

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I'm yesh. I would be moving to switzerland by March end 2012 on L type dependent visa. I've 6.5 years of experience & a certified Post graduate in human resource management. Am now working as an asst. manager in supply chain stream in a reputed company. As per the information I've received through this forum, i've got to know that it is quite tought to get a job in switzerland if we dont know german language. If any one of you can help me with the websites which would help me find a job I can start looking for it from now on so that atleast after couple of months i may be sucessful.

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Re: Employement with L type visa

... search? keyword: "job"

anyway, if You already have an L permit that is good thing. Not knowing german and moving to german-speaking part will be tough, most chances are probably in Zurich and maybe Basel, but being in HR... it definitely doesn't help, basically cuts your possibilities to few if any. Better start studying some German
If You are coming to french/italian part then learn their language, german is useless in lausanne/geneva for example.
Seriously, in HR You MUST speak local language, or at least high german for german parts.
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Re: Employement with L type visa

International companies with english as their working language may hire HR staff with only english
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Re: Employement with L type visa

Thank you for the quick reply . I would not be looking at only HR jobs. I've experience in people management in order management (opertions in Dell) & also in pre sales for order management in Wipro where we respond to the RFP's(request for proposals) whcih is all about providing solution for the outsourcing clients. How about the market in switzerland for these kind of jobs? Kindly provide information on this which would be very helpful for me.

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Thank you for the quick reply . I would not be looking at only HR jobs. I've experience in people management in order management (opertions in Dell) & also in pre sales for order management in Wipro where we respond to the RFP's(request for proposals) whcih is all about providing solution for the outsourcing clients. How about the market in switzerland for these kind of jobs? Kindly provide information on this which would be very helpful for me.

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If i understand correctly, it sounds like these jobs are outsourced or insourced functions which have been placed in areas of low labour cost to minimise costs for the business? If so - no, these type of roles and operations don't really exist in any great number in Switzerland.

As a suggestion, this site isn't good for job hunting really. You might strike lucky but you should start looking at websites that specialise eg (www.indeed.ch)

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