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No Unfair Dismissal Of Airplane Pilot Who Reported Sick Whilst Travelling To Latin America For A Holiday
A pilot had cheated on his absence from the work place with a false medical certificate whilst he and his fiancé travelled to the baptism of a nephew to South America.
Switzerland
12 Dec 2017
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Taxi Drivers With Central Headquarters Are Considered Employees For Social Security Purposes
If independent taxi drivers are affiliated with a central headquarter, they are considered to be their employees, so the Swiss Federal Supreme Court in a decision of November 9, 2017. This will make them much better protected in the future.
Switzerland
22 Nov 2017
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"John, We Need You In Frankfurt Instead Of Zürich For A Couple Of Months" - How Do Dislocation Clauses Work In Switzerland?
An employment agreement must define the main working conditions, amongst others the employee's job portfolio, his or her salary including any other financial incentives, the working hours, the treatment of overtime work, holidays etc.
Switzerland
17 Jul 2017
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Immediate Termination Notice In Lay-Offs With Cause: How Immediate Is Immediate?
The termination of an employee with cause and without observing a notice period notice must meet various conditions under Swiss employment laws.
Switzerland
17 Jul 2017
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In Switzerland, Medical Officers Remain Bound By Professional Confidentiality Rules
The employee was repeatedly attested by his or her personal doctor a complete incapacity for work.
Switzerland
23 May 2017
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Hospitals In Constant Violation Of Mandatory Labour Laws
In many Swiss hospitals, mandatory labour laws are a 'dead letter': 52% of doctors do not adhere to the maximum weekly working time of 50 hours, which has been in force since 2005.
Switzerland
19 Apr 2017
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Garden Leave W/O Salary Payments Dismissed - No Need For Internal Disciplinary Proceedings Before A Termination With Cause
The following facts were presented to the highest court in Switzerland: a staff member of a foreign embassy in Geneva had approached two female passport seekers by calling them privately and outside of regular office hours and inviting them - amongst others - for dinner.
Switzerland
20 Mar 2017
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Uber Drivers Should Be Considered Entrepreneurs, Not Employees
If Swiss employment laws apply, the employee has a basic right to perform the agreed-upon work and the employer must accept such work and pay for it.
Switzerland
3 Feb 2017
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