The job network where age (not) plays a role
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50+: Three reasons for seniors@work
That's how it works matching for 50 plus
Age is just a number
Over 30 categories
...and many more
...and many more
That's what 50plus say about seniors@work
Stay active in retirement.
Find exciting assignments and part-time positions in your
Proceed and keep working – on your own terms.
frequently asked Questions
One-time projects or part-time jobs in over 30 categories such as accounting, administration, mentoring, care, architecture, crafts, childcare and many more are arranged on seniors@work.
With a profile you can be found by clients and contacted for orders or jobs. In addition, you can greatly reduce your effort per application. You can easily apply for interesting jobs with just a few clicks.
The basic membership is available from CHF 49 for 6 months to create a profile. With a premium membership you can use advanced functions. Contact us for more information here
Yes, you can also register if you own your own GmbH. You can receive new orders and projects via seniors@work.
Our offer is aimed at motivated senior citizens who want to continue to pass on their experience and specialist knowledge. In doing so, they promote exchange between the generations.
We only ask for relevant information to increase your chances of a successful placement. At the end of the registration you will see the preview of your profile and can adjust your data accordingly.
You can use the internal chat to communicate with the client. You will be notified by email when there is a new message.
Yes. Basically you are aalso subject to OASI contributions after retirement. For employees of normal retirement age, however, there is an allowance of CHF 1,400.00 per month or CHF 16,800.00 per year per employer. In this case, you only have to pay the contributions to AHV, IV and EO for the difference. The contribution to the ALV is completely waived.
For more information, it is best to contact your cantonal compensation office.
You can also send us your question [email protected] send.
For your protection, we recommend that you draw up a written employment contract. The important contract content such as payment, time and place are agreed directly between the parties. For questions, please contact us.