This is how it works
Manage employer-employee relationship
Manage hours worked and wage payments directly in your personal quitt.ch account.
Who do you want to employ?
5 questions to find out how much your domestic help is going to cost you.
Employ a domestic help and become an employer
As an employer you must comply with legal regulations. quitt.ch ensures that:
- you meet all legal requirements as an employer.
- your employees are insured correctly.
- your employees are registered with all authorities.
- your employees are properly accounted for.
- you have all required documents such as pay slips, wage statement and insurance policies at your disposal.
- you have a competent partner for all questions concerning domestic employment.
Advantages of quitt.ch
Benefit from a selection of insurance packages concernig domestic employment at unrivalled favourable conditions thanks to a joint insurance policy with our partner Generali.
Fair employer-employee relationships
You choose the salary. No matter if cleaner, nanny or carer of the elderly, your domestic help will earn considerably more than through a cleaning or placement agency, because the high service costs are eliminated.
Fast and digital
Become an employer in 5 minutes. Manage your administrative employer duties online with just a few clicks.
We make sure that your domestic help is insured correctly and that AHV/IV contributions are settled as required.
Sit back and relax
We will take care of the communication with all social security and tax authorities. As a customer you will receive a legally valid contract of employment, monthly pay slips, the wage statement and a competent partner for all questions concerning domestic employment.
Thanks to our insurance partner we are able to offer the most inexpensive insurance solution in Switzerland.
Our pension fund partner is a collective foundation and non profit organisation.
In order to provide proper declaration and lean process in all cantons of Switzerland, quitt.ch is collaborating with the different social insurance offices of the Swiss cantons.