In Switzerland, more and more Workers for a Chinese employer. In contrast, French Multinationals have less and less to employees in Switzerland on your salary.
in 2017, according to a on Monday from the Federal statistical office (FSO) published study, 46'614 companies are part of a multi-national company. This workforce of 1.8 million people, or slightly more than one-third of the total employment in the country.
Over the period from 2014 to 2017, it came under the BfS, but significant shifts between the home countries of foreign-controlled multinational. So fanned seven times, namely, from 1'815 13'965, the number of jobs of companies under Chinese control.
German companies are still at the top
An increase of employees was recorded in enterprises in the UK, or Liechtenstein control (14.1 percent and 16.9 percent; average annual growth 2014-2017). Has decreased, however, the employment of a subsidiary of the French multi-national (-6,1%).
The composition and ranking of the three most important countries remained between 2014 and 2017 unchanged. In 2017, more than half of all employees in foreign groups of companies, one of the Top 3 countries Germany (24,8%), United attributed States (18.5%) and France (12.4%).
The majority of the local CEO comes from abroad
No other country so many foreign group has, according to a study by chefs such as Switzerland. The human resources consultancy firm Heidrick & Struggles under the CEO stock exchange investigated listed companies in 13 countries.
Only in this country, the foreign CEO's in the majority: 52 per cent of them come from abroad, such as Heidrick & Struggles announced on Monday. A year ago, as the biographies of Swiss managers were evaluated for the first time, it was 49 percent, nearly half.
For comparison: In the UK, the proportion of foreign-born CEO is at 43 percent, in the Netherlands 40 percent. Even greater, the proportion of residents in France, with 88 percent, in the US, with 90 percent and in Portugal with 100 percent even exclusively.
"The high proportion of foreign CEO reflects the global activity of many local businesses, as well as the foreseeable labour market in Switzerland", Michael upper Wegner, Managing Partner at Heidrick & Struggles, in the message quote.
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Created: 17.12.2018, 10:32 PM