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Benefits package in Valletta

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Employees accept job offers not only upon the salary provided, but also on the benefits that accompany many positions. Employee benefits are a "job perk" that may convince a potential employee to join a specific company, or may encourage them to relocate from another country to Malta. Evaluate what benefits are valuable to you when looking for a package.

Malta's relatively low tax rates are a draw in itself. Income tax rates range from 15%-35% (depending on income).

Example of benefits that may be offered:

  • Company car
  • Company telecommunications services (e.g. mobile phone)
  • Private health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Retirement contributions

Expat Benefits

To convince an employee to go abroad, there may be additional benefits to help ease the transition. The most common is an increase in salary. Other benefits may include provision of a accommodation or an accommodation allowance, coverage of moving fees, a travel allowance if you family resides abroad, and international health insurance.

Update 26/05/2013


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