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Legal notice

Common rules

The Swiss federal authorities have taken care to verify the accuracy of published information. However, no guarantees can be made as to the accuracy, current validity, reliability or completeness of its content.

The competent inspecting bodies may issue decisions that differ from published information. Where this occurs, the provisions applied to the individual case take precedence. Federal authorities cannot be held liable for real or consequential damage resulting from the access, use or failure to use published information, nor can they be held liable for real or consequential damage arising from technical problems or misuse of the connection.

The applicable provisions relating to minimum working and pay conditions are subject to change regularly. This website may not yet reflect their current status. You are therefore strongly urged to obtain the most recent information from the appropriate authorities prior to beginning work in Switzerland.

Federal authorities are not responsible for referrals or links to third-party websites. Such websites are used or accessed at the user's own risk. The federal authorities expressly declare that they have no influence on the design, content or offerings of linked websites. The information and services of linked websites are the sole responsibility of the third-party owner.

Data protection

Based on Article 13 of the Federal Constitution and the provisions of federal data protection legislation, everyone has the right to the protection of their privacy, as well as to protection from misuse of their personal details. The Federal Authorities comply with these provisions. Personal data is treated as strictly confidential and is neither passed on nor sold to third parties.

In close cooperation with our hosting providers, the databases are protected from outside access, data loss, misuse or falsification. When you access our websites, the following data is stored in log files: IP address, date, time, browser request and general information on the operating system and browser.

This usage data forms the basis for statistical, impersonal evaluations for the purpose of tracking trends so that the Federal Authorities can improve the information on offer. Under the Federal Act on the Surveillance of Post and Telecommunications, there is a statutory duty to store data on all connections made in the past six months.