German Labour Law


28. Juli 2022, 10:00 bis 16:00 Uhr

Haus der Wirtschaft Südhessen
Rheinstraße 60
64283 Darmstadt

This seminar will be held on site with the option of participating online; if necessary due to the pandemic situation, purely online.

Part I: Managing Employment: Individual Labour Law
Part II: Works Council & Co-Determination Rights

Labour law in Germany has a lot more obligations and requirements than in other countries, especially in the UK and the United States. This seminar familiarizes foreign managers with the main items of German labour law.

Part I deals with the challenge to manage employment and focuses on topics of individual labour law.
Part II concentrates on the rights and obligations of the works council and the rights of Co-Determination.
Participants may register for both parts or choose either part, individually.

The trainers are both very experienced and will answer your questions comprehensively and give you practical advice. [on site: During the workshop, you can exchange your experiences with colleagues / online: There will be room for discussion between the participants]

Non German-speaking CEOs, Branch Managers, HR-directors and other executives, supervising employees in Germany

Themes and Contents
Part I:

  • legal basis of employment contracts
  • liabilities and rights of employers and employees (f.i. working time, home office)
  • will – skill – ill: performance issues and procedures when managing employment

Part II:

  • works council: rights and obligations
  • Co-Determination

Susanne Burster, labour lawyer
Markus Haimann, labour lawyer
Unternehmerverbände Südhessen

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