recruitment of foreign nationals
One of the issues which continue to trouble employers is their inability to find staff. It is no secret that over the past few years, a number of foreign employees, mainly third-country nationals have been recruited to work in Malta in various sectors including health care, catering, industrial, tourism and construction amongst others.
Given the small size of the population, it is not surprising that Malta needs foreign workers to be able to sustain the economic activity that is being generated by our country.
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Through our foreign agent, a recruitment agency in the Philippines which is licensed and authorized under Philippine laws with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) to recruit and deploy Filipino employees for overseas employment, we are able to assist Maltese employers to find suitable Filipino employees to work in Malta. The employees include professionals as well as skilled and non-skilled workers. ACT can assist local employers to recruit third-country nationals in various positions including but not limited to:
Fully qualified accountants and auditors
Hotel room attendants
Public Area Cleaners
Waiters / waitresses
Live-in carers & care workers
Plasterers and builders
Chef de partie / demi chefs / Commis chefs
Our assistance includes:
Liaison with our foreign agent to find suitable employees including vetting of CVs as well as attending to skype interviews
Liaison with foreign authorities wherever this is required including obtaining exit clearances
Assistance in the preparation and submission of the application forms and supporting documentation to Identity Malta for a single work permit
Registration of the employees for Maltese income tax and social security contributions purposes
Assistance to the foreign employees in setting up personal bank accounts with one of the local banks
Assistance in finding suitable accommodation for the foreign employees
Other assistance includes:
Tax advice to foreign employees including taxation on employment income and other fringe benefits
Tax advice to local employers to structure the pay package in such a way so as to obtain maximum tax benefits
Maltese companies are subject to tax at the rate of 35% on their worldwide income and capital gains. Malta grants various fiscal incentives to both companies and their shareholders upon the distribution of a dividend.
Malta has recently seen an increase in the number of Electronic Money Institutions (EMIs) looking to set up their operations in Malta. This has been largely due to the growth in the e-commerce and the i-gaming industries.