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Old 02.04.2019, 22:15
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Re: Came for a trial work day in a restaurant and they refuse ro pay me

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Normally, unless otherwise specified, you don't get paid for trial days.

So, yes, it is correct.

Sorry.

Tom

P.S. Just asked my daughter, she confirmed this, and that it's true even if you do a one month trial (which she just did).
No, this is not correct!

Unless it was clearly agreed on in advance that it would be unpayed , the time must be payed.

(Schnuppertage - which are days young people often do in a company they might like to do an apprenticeship with later or which are days a person just follows somebody around without doing any work are free)

You can read it here - but in German, sorry.

This is a problem I often had to deal with for clients. Still makes me angry, I just noticed.
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