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Employment & Benefits

Employment law plays a crucial role in the daily running of a business. As an employer you want to make sure that your business is in compliance with the complex and constantly evolving employment law legislation. Our dynamic Employment & Benefits team will gladly assist you in this process and support you with regard to any employment law related request you may have.
Count on the expertise of our Employment & Benefits team which covers the entire range of employment law matters, including tax, social security and data protection law aspects. The Employment & Benefits team further represents its clients in litigation proceedings.

Full-Service Expertise

We can advise you on all questions relating to employment law matters and assist you before courts and authorities.

We focus on corporate restructuring and reorganisation, drafting of employment contracts and regulations, day-to-day HR issues, cross-border employee transfers, compensation and benefits as well as on tax, pension and social security matters in relation with employment.

How Can We Help You?

We take a personalized approach to our clients. Benefit from our hands-on approach and let us design pragmatic, tailored and strategic legal and tax solutions that meet your needs.

International Perspective

International business operations can count on our highly co-ordinated international service. Our firm-wide team with a total of around 50 employment law and employment tax experts specialises in Swiss, Dutch, Belgian and Luxembourg law. We also regularly work with a worldwide network of international offices in major financial centres so we can easily connect with experts in all relevant jurisdictions.

Paid childcare leave for parents of seriously ill or injured children
News - 03 May 2021 - Switzerland

Paid childcare leave for parents of ill or injured children

The Swiss Code of Obligations and the Income Compensation Act will introduce new provisions on up to 14 weeks’ paid childcare leave.
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Article - 07 April 2021 - Switzerland

New Swiss Court Ruling on Short-Time Work Compensation

In a recent ruling, the Cantonal Court of Lucerne decided that holiday and public holiday compensation for persons employed on a monthly salary must be taken...
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Article - 17 December 2020 - Switzerland

The new paternity leave and allowance

Current Swiss law does not provide for paternity leave. Today, fathers of new-born children can claim paternity leave of at least one or two days within the...
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Article - 27 November 2020 - Switzerland

Switzerland: Legal considerations relating to the COVID-19

This article aims to highlight the most important points in this context and to clarify legal issues in the elaboration of possible courses of action.
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