Notice period for termination according to the agreement between Efling and SA

During the first two weeks of employment, there is no employment-termination notice.

After two weeks of consecutive employment with the same employer:   12 calendar days

After 3 months of consecutive employment with the same employer: 1 month as of the beginning of the month

After 3 years of consecutive employment with the same employer: 3 months as of the beginning of the month

After 10 years’ work for the same employer, the employee is entitled to, at the age of

– 55 – 4 months as of the beginning of the month.
– 60 – 5 months as of the beginning of the month.
– 63 – 6 months as of the beginning of the month.

The employee, however, may resign from work with three months’ notice.

All employment terminations must be in writing.

The employer is under obligation to pay accrued holiday entitlements. Such payments are usually paid at the end of the termination notice period. In addition, the employer is under obligation to pay holiday and December bonuses in accordance with the number of hours worked and the employment proportion during the year.

Termination of employment without notice

Contact us immediately!

It is important that an employee who is dismissed or laid off immediately demand a written notification of termination.
Employees who are dismissed are to contact the Union on the same date as being dismissed or they run the risk of losing pay during the notice period.

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