Droit du travail en anglais - Session 2
The managers and HR professionnals will have the opportunity to discuss topics like the payment of the salary in case of sickness or accident, data protection and transfer of information abroad, the employee's and employer's obligations, wrongful termination, how to obtain a work permit. We offer a practical approach to enable participants to gain specific and up to date knowledge of employment law, international social security and business immigration. Case studies will be discussed, as well as recent case law rendered by Swiss courts. This course is open to all interested persons and prior legal knowledge is not required.
This course consists of five different modules, which may be attended as a whole, or individually.
To present the basis of employment, immigration and international social security law
To allow each participant to acquire knowledge needed to properly understand the rules and regulations and forsee problems that are applicable within these three subject matters, which are essential in the daily management of a company
This course is specially intended to SME leaders, their coworkers active in HR, payroll, international assignments, etc. who need to acquire the essential notions of employment, immigration and international social security law.
Module 1 - Employment law, part 1 (legal framework and fundamentals)
Sources of Swiss law
Types of employment contracts
Individual employment contract
Collective labour agreements
Federal labour law
Module 2 - Employment law, part 2 (obligations arising from the employment contract)
Salary payment in case of incapacity to work
Employee personality protection
Module 3 - Employment law, part 3 (termination and transfer)
Employment agreement termination
Immediate termination for good cause
Transfer of the employment relationship
Prohibition of competition
Module 4 - International Social Security
Problematic of international moves
Voluntary insurance in Switzerland
Module 5 - Business Immigration
Visa requirements and Schengen visa
Type of work permits and applicable quotas
Admission criteria for EU and non-EU nationals
Procedure of online announcement up to 90 days
Methodology and documentation
The course is presented with practical exemples and case studies, on the basis of a documentation provided to the participants in electronic format. You may want to take your computer for the course.
A range of study materials are provided with every course.
A certificate of participation will be issued to the participants.
|Dates||October 1st, 8th, 15th and 29th and November 5th 2019
||8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
||Centre de Formation FER Genève
Quai du Seujet 12, 1201 Genève
||Olivier Dunant, Attorney-at-law specialized in employment law and business immigration, L.L.M., partner, Eversheds Sutherland for modules 1, 2, 3 and 5
Paul Michel, Attorney-at-law specialized in employment law and business immigration, associate, Eversheds Sutherland for modules 1, 2, 3 and 5
Anne Rumas, Manager, Ernst & Young SA for module 4
||Modules 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 as a whole
FER Genève Member CHF 1'350.-
Non-member CHF 1'900.-
FER Genève Member CHF 290.-
Non-member CHF 400.-
|Terms and conditions
||Consult online (French version)
||T 058 715 33 15