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Available Jobs In Malta And Relocation Assistance

Open vacancies in Malta! Facilitating a move to Malta is seamless when you rely on us. We reduce the challenges involved in getting hired for the right job, moving, settling and establishing local contacts.
Registering For Work In Malta & Managing your finances

Registering For Work In Malta & Managing your finances

Registering for work with jobplus alerts members of potential job opportunities when they arise. It also prepares job seekers in various ways to make sure that they exploit employment opportunities to the fullest. If you are in need of employment, you can start by registering on the service.

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How the Rules and Regulations on Overtime in Malta Work

How the Rules and Regulations on Overtime in Malta Work

Rules on overtime vary by sector and are governed by the Wage Regulation Order (WRO) that applies to the particular activities you are carrying out. If your job or sector is not covered by a WRO, then the default overtime rate is 1.5 times your ordinary pay and will apply to any hours worked over 40 per week.

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Work in Malta – The Work Culture & Labour Market

Work in Malta – The Work Culture & Labour Market

Settling into a new job is always a little nerve wracking, especially so when you are a family of expats and the new job is in a new country. The etiquette of work in Malta varies from company to company just as they do back home.

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Expat Contract Negotiation – Factors to consider

Expat Contract Negotiation – Factors to consider

Although there are impressive opportunities for foreigners, many countries are opting to hire homegrown talent. Therefore, foreigners have to be outstandingly better than the competition and sometimes willing to compromise a few demands.

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Work In Malta – Essential Expat Information

Work In Malta – Essential Expat Information

It is not always easy to find work in Malta because of the limited range of job sectors on the island. Work permits can be issued by the Maltese government. However, the authorities must see evidence of a contract and letter of employment from your prospective employer.

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