Working on Malta

0
1308
Working on Malta
Moving to Malta to work here can happen for many reasons: Your employer has sent you here to lead or work in a subsidiary, you have been recruited by one of the many international brands or Maltese overseas-operators – or you simply wanted something different in a different surrounding. Well, congratulations – you got it. Malta is on one hand very European, it is, however, also very Mediterranean and in some respects you can also experience a lot of its cultural heritage even in the fast-moving nowadays business world. Below you can find the basic things to know with the quick links right underneath and of course lots of useful links on the site and within the text to find all the details you need to know:

 

Business & Industry

Working on MaltaMalta’s main areas of industry are shipping and construction, there is quite a lot of outsourced manufacturing, a large section of finance, eBusiness and overseas-business and, last but definitely not least, the vast industry of tourism. The jobs are therefore manifold. Anyone holding a degree or an apprenticeship within the mentioned working-areas is sought after, if he/she brings business acumen and, alongside the mother-tongue, excellent written and spoken English…
Read more…

Working as an Expatriate

Working on MaltaIf you come from a member-state of the European Community, all you need to do is have your employer register you with the local employment authority (ETC), who will register you with the tax and national health department. Obtaining your Maltese ID is simple from then onwards…
Read more…

Job Search & Recruitment

Working on MaltaFirst and foremost, look no further as the Jobs-Area of our classified-section is one of Malta’s most comprehensive. If, however, you are in a business that requires professional introduction and assessment, you can enlist the services of local recruitment agencies such as MISCO, Reed or the very neatly organized Vacancy-Centre…
Read more…

Wages

Working on MaltaMinimum wages in Malta are set by the Government in the National Minimum Wage National Standard Order. The minimum wage rate in Malta is set on the recommendation of Employment Relations Board which has representation from all the social partners including independent experts. Wages at the sectoral level may also be set by the government in accordance with the recommendations of the Board…
Read more…

Taxation

Working on MaltaThe Inland Revenue is responsible to the government for the administration of the Income Tax and Capital Transfer Duty Acts and the enforcement of social security contributions under the direction of the Ministry for Finance…
Read more…

Working on MaltaSocial Security & Benefits

Malta’s social security system is administered by the Department of Social Security, part of the Ministry for the Family and Social Solidarity. Anyone who works in Malta, with the exception of expatriates employed by off-shore companies in the Freeport zone, is required to contribute to the social security system, and will be eligible to receive social security benefits…
Read more…

Advertisement Booking.com