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Employee Rights

Hi all

Would anyone know if there is a public service available where you can get legal advice as to employee rights?

Thanks for your help.

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Old 24.01.2011, 21:00
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Re: Employee Rights

Try this:
http://www.advokern.ch/
Rechtsauskunft Anwaltskollektiv
Kernstrasse 8
8004 Zürich, 1. Stock

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Wir sind hauptsächlich im Scheidungsrecht, Mietrecht, Arbeitsrecht, Ausländer- und Asylrecht, Haftpflicht- und Versicherungsrecht sowie im Strafrecht (Strafverteidigungen und Geschädigtenvertretungen) tätig.

We are mainly in the divorce law, tenancy, employment, immigration and asylum law, liability and insurance law and criminal law (criminal defense, and victim representatives) work.

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A good book to read is the Das Wichtigste zum Arbeitsrecht.
http://www.arbeitsrecht-info.ch/
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Re: Employee Rights

Last week I went to the Labour Court. As suggested I took with me a friend who spoke German. Had to wait for nearly 3 hrs and had 20mins with them but they were really helpful.

http://www.gerichte-zh.ch/organisati...sauskunft.html

Legal advice of the Labour Court
Hours:Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 08.30 bis 11.00 and 13.30 bis 16.00 clock
(No appointment necessary but it is expected there will be long waiting times)
Location:Zurich District Court, Labour Court, Wengistrasse 30, Ground Floor
(Telephone information on 044 248 28 45)
For whom? Maximum 12 people per half day.
In German only, please be accompanied by a German speaking person.
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