Stripper jobs in Italy is based on the ‘Champagne system’. There is an expectation for customers to buy the ladies drinks and bottles as well as buying private shows. There is one big difference between working as a stripper in Italy. Compared to working in many other European cities that work on the Champagne system.
Many of the stripper jobs in Italy is for showgirls, with good stage shows.
This is the focus on feature performers and showgirls. It is a system that occurs a lot in countries such as the US, Australia and Canada but very rarely in Europe. The showgirls, generally, already have a profile (often in the porn industry) and a lot of the club marketing will revolve around who is appearing next. Consequently, there are Italian agencies that will bring high profile performers from overseas to appear in Italian clubs. Here you can find available stripper jobs in Italy
Working as a stripper in Italy will require knowledge of the Italian language.
Club dancers will need knowledge of the Italian language in order to work in most places in Italy. Otherwise, they will struggle. Prostitution is legal in Italy and often rife in the clubs. Even if there is no prostitution, per se, private shows in Italy can get a bit full on and there is the expectation from clients. As a result, dancing in Italy should be approached with this knowledge. Advertise your stripper jobs in Striprecruit.
Who can get exotic dance jobs in Italy.
The EU has a real emphasis on combatting human and sex trafficking. Therefore, clubs have to work under certain guidelines. It is extremely difficult to find work if you do not have the correct paperwork. Strip clubs in Italy are under legal obligation to fully check the age and identity of the girls they hire. If they do not, they risk facing harsh penalties. Here you can read about stripper jobs.
Most strip club jobs in Italy offer contracts under the premise that the dancers are self-employed.
Therefore, responsible for their own taxation, similar to other continents such as North America and Australasia. There are many countries in Europe that differ, however, in the aspect that they require dancers to work as employees. The clubs automatically deduct taxation. Furthermore, dancers are eligible for employee and tax payer benefits such as healthcare. Even if they are non-resident. This is especially the case in the Scandinavian countries, where the taxation system is more stringent. Read how to get a Stripper job in Gentlemen clubs
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