Labour Law

German labour and employment law offers a special protection for employees in regard to several aspects:

  • Remuneration
  • Holiday/vacation time
  • Working days and hours
  • Social security contributions (health insurance and pension fund)

Termination notice and the Court’s role

Termination notice from an employer must be issued according to German employment termination laws.

If there are any doubts about the validity of the notice, the employee has the right to file a formal objection against it, within the deadline of three weeks from the receiving of the notice.

In Germany, labour law court proceedings are frequent and processed quickly. The initial phase is supported by the state and does not involve court fees.

Dwyer Legal labour law services

Dwyer Legal Law Firm provides its clients with full support in the area of labour law, from employment contract evaluation to discussions and negotiations with the employer, up to filing claims and representation within court proceedings.

Please do not hesitate to contact us, should you need any additional information on our services in the area of Labour Law.