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How to hire a part-timer

I have found a person who would help me just for a few hours per week (16 hrs per month) in my business: a student, Swiss national.



I am trying to figure out how to correctly employ this person. So far I have not found a simple explanation anywhere on the net, is there anyone here who could give me some advice?


My idea was to alternatively ask this person to simply send me a monthly invoice as a freelancer, would this also be possible instead?


Thanks in advance for any advice.
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Old 24.08.2021, 10:05
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Re: How to hire a part-timer

You'll probably need to employ them. So you'll have to account for social contributions and issue them with a salary certificate at the end of the year.

It's not terribly difficult - it can't be, loads of people do it - but I'm afraid I've no idea where to get the information.
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Re: How to hire a part-timer

Could you use Quitt.ch? They handle all the formalities when you employ people like cleaners - maybe that would be an avenue to explore?
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Re: How to hire a part-timer

If you are ready to trade an increase of (1 to 5)% more in your costs for peace&quiet, you can ask them
https://payrollplus.ch/privathaushalte/loesung/
to take care of all the details (I am not affiliated with them).

Plus they may be able to help you in claiming back some of the costs in your tax report.
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Old 24.08.2021, 11:10
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Could you use Quitt.ch? They handle all the formalities when you employ people like cleaners - maybe that would be an avenue to explore?
I’d look at Quitt.ch also….I think it’s a helpful platform for hiring folks….at least, you can call them. You can also call the official agency charged with this stuff - in Zurich it’s the SVA …. They are helpful and many people speak English.
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Re: How to hire a part-timer

Awesome advice, thank you so much everyone!
Quiti.ch is for private persons so unfortunately not for my business, but I have checked payrollplus.ch and it's exactly what I needed.
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Re: How to hire a part-timer

To add to the above:

Easysalary.ch is inexpensive on-line payroll accounting software:

https://www.easysalary.ch/fr

- It was part of Banana accounting software but is now separate.

Bexio payroll module: if you are already using Bexio accounting software, consider adding the Bexio payroll module through an upgrade:

https://www.bexio.com/en-CH/packages-and-prices
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