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Old 12.06.2011, 23:42
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Does Swiss labour law protect employees based on their time of service? If there are redundancies, must an employer look at the time an employee has served, and fire employees that have served the shortest time first?

If yes; if you transfer within a company from the UK to Switzerland, will your time in the non-Swiss company count in your favour? Must the employment contract specifically state the time accumulated in other countries (companies)?

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