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Changes in employment

The employment relationship is most commonly terminated when the employee resigns or the fixed-term employment relationship ends. 

Sometimes the employer must also consider lay-offs or giving notice to employees.  Before laying off employees or giving notice on financial or production-related grounds, the alternatives should be explored.

All changes in employment relationships involve obligations that the employer must comply with.

Termination of employment relationship

When an employee’s employment relationship ends, comply with the law and ensure you meet your obligations to your employees and different authorities.

Cooperation negotiations and lay-offs

Companies within the scope of the Co-operation Act must negotiate in advance changes affecting employees, such as lay-offs.