Redundancy as a Defence for Unfair Dismissal

by Andrew Lind on 7 April, 11

Have you been made redundant? If so, do you think it amounts to unfair dismissal?

Are you considering making a staff member redundant? If so, how do you protect yourself against a claim of unfair dismissal?

Read our paper on these issues here.

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Thomas August 5, 2011 at 2:22 am

can i as a sole trader subcontract other sole traders in Austria or Germany?

Andrew Lind August 5, 2011 at 1:15 pm

Hi Thomas

As a matter of law you can. However you need to think about matters such as payment risks, liability for defective work risks, and who’s insurance covers what, and tax implications.

regards
Andrew Lind

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