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Getting back into the world of work following a career break or redundancy can be a daunting prospect, especially if the skills the individual has aren’t as up to date as they could be. The above is exacerbated by the rapid rate of technological innovations which requires people to continually update their technology and digital skills to equip them for emerging roles in different sectors in which they work or would like to work. Finally, in Luzern, there is a solution: Swiss Skills Academy. They Help You Build Your Future! Have you heard of the Swiss Skills Academy? Are you interested in upgrading your IT, presentation and social media skills to assist you in your job search? Are you a small

Have you considered a bilingual education for your child?  Would you like to experience first-hand

Hard to believe but the summer holidays are nearly upon us and unless you are

We are happy to have the ongoing support of the Hochschule Luzern and CAS International Leadership programme. We

The LiLi Centre is a community centre in Lucerne. Our mission is the successful integration

By Evelin Bermudez: In today’s knowledge-based economy, the skills-set we possess, the continuous learning we

Up until now the talk among international parents with kids in the local school system

This month is when life is supposed to slowly return to normal. At the LiLi

The government has unblocked billions of francs to help people who are facing financial hardship

Armin Gilg, Attorney at Law at Studhalter & Pfister Rechtsanwälte AG, writes on the topic. What

As an employee or employer you need to be aware of your rights.

Are you preparing for a job interview? Interviewing for a job can be challenging, especially

The debt enforcement system in Switzerland is unique. We would like to explain the most

The average positive tests for the last seven days is at 369 new cases, that

With numbers of covid-19 cases on the rise and the cold/flu season already on the

Today the government has announced that in view of the rise of cases again (over

As of June 25, Switzerland has its own proximity tracing app and at the time

Did you know that nearly 150 years ago the first mountain railway in Europe departed

Today the government has announced the following: as the daily numbers of cases have fallen

We hope that you enjoyed the summer weather and whether you went abroad or had

Did you know that nearly 150 years ago the first mountain railway in Europe departed

This month is when life is supposed to slowly return to normal. At the LiLi

To quote many of us, these are strange times we are living in, and just

This time Dr. Brandi Eijsermans is talking about what we can do to cope with

It’s officially springtime! The sun is shining, the air warm, the time has changed

The goverment has once again decided to lower the interest reference rate to a record

I, Marianne Blommers-Poggio Voormolen, just started my business Xpat Relocation in September 2018. Eight years

Tenancy Regulations in Switzerland In Switzerland, two out of three people live in rented flats. We would

Renting versus Buying Homes in Switzerland In some countries there is nothing more normal than buying

The Elevator Pitch Living in a foreign country it’s often hard to know where to take

Lucerne is notorious for not offering many cheap places to park (and certainly no free

Today Switzerland voted on several motions and 59% of the voting population turned up at

This Sunday September 27 is going to be a busy day at the urns. Not

On Saturday September 27 the nation will be voting on 5 different topics. We covered the

The average positive tests for the last seven days is at 369 new cases, that

With numbers of covid-19 cases on the rise and the cold/flu season already on the

On the 27th of September the Swiss population will be called back to the urns

With salaries higher than in most countries, Switzerland seems like the dream destination where it

The government has unblocked billions of francs to help people who are facing financial hardship

We know that one of the first cultural shock when moving to Switzerland is working

Join a workshop to understand your rights as a tenant living in Switzerland.

Taxes in Switzerland are levied at three levels: federal, cantonal and municipal. Due to the

The Elevator Pitch Living in a foreign country it’s often hard to know where to take

I am pretty certain that just like me you are having to deal with loads

When moving to a new home, people are usually anxious to get all their telecom

I was recently trying to find out how to dispose of a mattress and came

  I will embarrassingly admit that although I have lived here for three and a half years, I

Did you know that nearly 150 years ago the first mountain railway in Europe departed

Today the government has announced the following: as the daily numbers of cases have fallen

The government has announced that as of June 15 it will open its borders to

Here we go, today is phase 2 of the lockdown lift. Many people are relieved

It has been a while since our Yzzy from"Easy with Yzzy" visited the Pilatus Mountain.

The local bus company VBL is changing its timetable on December 15, here are the

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