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Re: French "la mise en demeure" - in employment?

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It's a warning, probably a final warning, though this should be explicited in the document, before further action (dismissal? though it could be something else that affects the employment contract, probably negatively).
Under Swiss employment law you are obliged to give written warnings before dismissing an employee, except in the case of serious offences (stealing for example), when instant dismissal is possible. An oral warning can be given and recorded in the personnel file, but most employers will given a written one to cover themselves.
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