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Is it allowed to work more than 100%?

Hi all,
Are non-EU citizens allowed to hold two jobs which accumulate to more than 100% in Switzerland?
Any input would be very much appreciated.
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Old 18.06.2011, 21:45
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Re: Is it allowed to work more than 100%?

The weekly maximum working time for employees in industrial companies, for office personnel, for technical and other employees as well as sales personnel in large companies of the retail trade is 45 hours. For other employees, including those in the trade, the maximum working time is 50 hours.
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Re: Is it allowed to work more than 100%?

Thank you very much for this information!!!
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