Corporate structure: Corporation
Share capital: CHF 100,000
Member of the Board of Directors: Francesca Da Rui-Boero
Managing Director: Urs Jäckli
Mitgliedschaften: swissstaffing, ZGP, VZH
Time-Job AG, Personalberatung
8700 Küsnacht ZH
Phone +41 44 258 49 49
Francesca Da Rui-Boero, Member of the Board of Directors
Urs Jäckli, Managing Director
Entry in the Commercial Register
Registered company name: Time-Job AG, Personalberatung
VAT Reg. No.: CHE-101.324.173 MWST
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