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RT & Partner | Splitting tariff | Munich law firm
Labour law

Splitting rate

What is the splitting tariff? In the case of spouses with separate assessment (without splitting tariff), the income tax is calculated individually, which can be more favourable in some cases than joint assessment (with splitting tariff). In the case of joint assessment

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RT & Partner | Action for Protection against Dismissal | Munich Law Firm
Labour law

Legal action against dismissal

What is a dismissal protection action? Unfortunately, most employers often do not offer severance pay in the course of a dismissal on their own. The dismissal must be contested with

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RT & Partner | Obtaining severance pay through a settlement | Munich law firm
Labour law

Settlement by compromise

Can I receive severance pay through a settlement? Even if there is no legal claim, employees can receive severance pay through a settlement. The severance pay

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RT & Partner | Gross Monthly Salary | Munich Law Firm
Labour law

Gross monthly salary

How much is my gross monthly salary? The gross monthly salary is calculated from several components: Fixed salary: The fixed salary is the component of your salary that you receive regularly each month from

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Termination for operational reasons | RT & Partner Kanzlei München Goetheplatz
Labour law

Dismissal for operational reasons

Dismissal for operational reasons Warning, termination without notice, protection against dismissal, general dismissal - you've heard it all before somehow. The legal possibilities in Germany are very complex, even for experienced employees.

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RT & Partner | Employment reference | Munich law firm
Labour law

Job reference

What must be considered in a reference? On the basis of § 630 BGB, § 109 GewO and § 16 BBiG, the employee has a claim to

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RT & Partner | Whistleblowing | Munich Law Firm
Labour law

Whistleblowing

What is the threat of whistleblowing? Whistleblowing is the reporting of an employer to law enforcement authorities or the public expression of criticism about company conditions. This behaviour is

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RT & Partner | unauthorised leave | Munich law firm
Labour law

Taking leave on one's own authority

Dismissal due to unauthorised leave? If an employee takes unauthorised leave or uses the time for leave during sick leave due to incapacity for work, he or she may be dismissed.

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RT & Partner | Tattoos at the workplace | Munich law firm
Labour law

Tattoos in the workplace

Dismissal because of tattoo? In principle, everyone is free to get a tattoo or piercing. If the employer can prove a legitimate interest that corresponding body art at

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RT & Partner | Social Plan Lexicon | Law Firm Munich
Labour law

Social plan

What does the social plan say? The written agreement between the employer and the works council on the compensation or mitigation of economic disadvantages that employees may suffer as a result of operational changes,

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RT & Partner | Rationalisieuzngsmaßnahme Lexikon | Law Firm Munich
Labour law

Rationalisation measures

Dismissal due to rationalisation measures? Rationalisation measures by the employer can constitute grounds for dismissal within the company. They are not considered by labour courts with regard to their necessity or expediency.

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