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Employment &
Social Security.

We stand for holistic, customized and practical advice in employment and social security law.

Employees are the company’s most valuable asset and can make a distinctive contribution to business success. That said, employment law, regulating the legal relationship between employer and employee, is of great importance.

We support employers and employees in all matters of employment law - from the drafting of elaborate employment agreements to the advice in termination situations as well as the ongoing support of your HR department’s day-to-day business. Our core competencies also include advising in the area of regulated activities as a recruitment agency and personnel leasing company.

Given the increasingly globalized and digitalized approach to work and the demand for flexible and remote work options, we also support you in the development or implementation of individual and flexible working models (part-time, home office, work on call) as well as in questions related to employment, immigration, and social security law, in cross-border contexts. 

Finally, should a dispute be unavoidable, we are experts in conducting employment law litigation and will competently represent you before all Swiss courts and authorities.

We offer individual solutions in the following matters:

  • Drafting employment contracts and regulations

  • Variable remuneration and working time models

  • Bonus/employee stock ownership plans (ESOP, phantom shares)

  • Employee inventions

  • Non-compete agreements

  • Termination notices

  • Mass dismissals

  • Termination agreement

  • Reference letters

  • Work and residence permits

  • Posting of employees

  • Restructuring and reorganization

  • Collective labor agreements

  • Data protection

  • Training and in-house seminars

  • Personnel hire and placement

  • Insurance subordination and international coordination of social security

  • International coordination of social security systems

  • Litigation in employment disputes

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