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Alemania (110,435) > Seguridad del empleo (962)

Nombre original: Kündigungsschutzgesetz - KSchG
Nombre: Protection against Dismissal Act (KSchG).
País: Alemania
Tema(s): Seguridad del empleo
Tipo de legislación: Ley
Adoptado el: 1951-08-10
Entry into force:
ISN: DEU-1951-L-84076
Bibliografía: Arbeitsrecht,, 1994-12-31, H.C. Nipperdey, C.H. Beck Verlag, Munich, Germany, Text No. 152
Act on-line in German Act on-line in German Gesetze im Internet, Ministry of Justice - Bundesministerium der Justiz, Germany PDF PDF (Consultado el 2010-07-07)
Resumen/cita: Ordinary dismissal has to comply with the requirements as prescribed by the Act, whose main purpose has traditionally been the preservation of employment.[29] Its application depends on the number of employees, § 23: It is not applicable to establishments permanently employing five or less than five full-time employees (not counting vocational trainees), and it is only partially applicable to establishments employing ten or less employees (employees hired after the 31.12.2003 do not count for that purpose). In ascertaining the number of employees, part-time employees with a regular working week of not more than 20 hours shall be counted as 0.5, and with not more than 30 hours as 0.75 employees. Also, the Act does not apply for employment relations shorter than half a year, § 1 (1).
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