Switzerland is among the OECD countries with the largest immigrant populations – 27% of the working-age population are foreign-born – and the issue of immigration is high on both the policy agenda and in the public debate. The review shows that overall, integration works well in Switzerland. The labor market outcomes for the immigrant population as a whole are highly favorable in international comparison. Both immigrant men and immigrant women have higher employment rates than in other OECD countries. One area in which Switzerland lags greatly behind other OECD countries is anti-discrimination measures. There is little awareness about this issue on the part of employers and it is absent from the public debate. It is thus important to take appropriate action to reduce such inequities.