Au pairs are young people who live with a host family in order to learn the language, gain experience and deepen their general education within the framework of cultural exchange. In return for board and lodging and pocket money/salary, au pairs work in the host family's household.
Switzerland has one of the strictest rules in Europe for the employment of au pairs. Au pairs are well protected in Switzerland by legal regulations.
Here is an outline of the most important rules/conditions for au pairs:
You are welcome to contact us should you have any questions, preferably at email@example.com.
Here you can find some testimonials from our au pairs:
Should you have any difficulties or problems as an au pair, you can contact us at any time. This also applies if we have not placed you. The best way to contact us is at firstname.lastname@example.org or 078 881 56 12.