While not the top paid job in the country, OECD’s report also showed that secondary school teacher salaries started at €73,700, putting Luxembourg at the top of the earnings list across major developed countries. All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0, except where otherwise stated, National restrictions in England from 5 November, Check your business is ready to employ staff, Check they have the right to work in the UK, Check if they need to be put into a workplace pension, Prepare your business to take on employees, Find out about recruiting someone yourself on Acas, Find out about using a recruitment agency, Make your application process accessible for employees with disabilities or health conditions, Find out how to check an applicant's right to work, if it's the first time you're employing someone, Check what the National Minimum Wage is for different types of work, Agree a written statement of employment particulars, Get their personal details and P45 to work out their tax code, If you don’t have their P45, use HMRC’s ‘starter checklist’, Check what to do when you start paying your employee, Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and support, Transparency and freedom of information releases, aged 25 to get the National Living Wage - the minimum wage will still apply for workers aged 24 and under, aged 19 or over and in the first year of their apprenticeship, have completed the first year of their apprenticeship. It is up to the worker to provide sufficient proof of his qualifications in order to obtain the status as skilled worker (through diplomas or professional work experience). [10], Because the federal minimum wage is not indexed for inflation, its purchasing power (the number of goods that can be bought with a unit of currency) has dropped considerably since its peak in 1968. Below are the proper citations for this page according to four style manuals (in alphabetical order): the Modern Language Association Style Manual (MLA), the Chicago Manual of Style (Chicago), the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), and Kate Turabian's A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (Turabian). The employer must in theory be informed of the worker's qualification at the time the worker is hired. Access to a profession / business permit, Business permits / professional integrity, Extract from the criminal record of a legal person, Extract from the criminal record of a natural person, EC certificate of experience - professional experience gained abroad, Continuous vocational training establishments, Carriage of goods or passengers (> 3.5 tonnes), Liberal professions requiring a business permit, Independent engineer (other than a construction engineer), Consulting engineer in the construction sector, Liberal professions subject to other permits, General practitioners and medical specialists, Dental practitioners, specialised dentists, Activities subject to specific registration and/or authorisation, Private security and surveillance activities - special accreditation, Transport of goods by road - Community licence, Transport of passengers by road - Community licence, Chèque-Service Accueil (CSA) service provider – education and care services, Education and care service for children – accreditation, Chèque-Service Accueil service provider (CSA – Childcare Service Voucher) – childminding, Childcare Service Voucher service providers – mini-crèches, Licence to provide a media service from Luxembourg, Technical assessment and inspection tasks - accreditation, Private research institutes - accreditation, Accreditation to engage in activities to support the employment of workers with a disability and workers awaiting external redeployment, Declaring tattoo studios and establishments providing public tanning appliances, Professions related to the European professional card (list 1), Professions without automatic recognition of diplomas (list 2), Professions with automatic recognition of diplomas (list 3), Sole proprietorships (self-employed persons) and partnerships, Comparative table - Partnerships / Sole proprietorships (self-employed persons), Sole proprietorship (self-employed persons), European companies - Involvement of workers, Simplified limited liability company (SARL-S), 4. Business creation/registration with the Trade and Companies Register, Creation of a sole proprietorship (self-employed person, sole trader), Registering with the Trade and Companies Register as a natural person, Constitutional documents and articles of association, Registration and modification of the articles of association, Starting up a Luxembourg subsidiary or branch office, 5.