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Injonction de payer to chase back salary?

Hi all,

My ex-employer (Zurich) has not yet paid my Aug's salary due to his bank issue (which he was able to pay other employees!), as a non-German speaker and too ashamed to ask a friend to take a day off for me going to the District Court...

May I chase my salary back by "Injonction de payer"? (A procedure that I submit my case to the office and the office will send the other party a reminder letter. If he refuses to pay, they will put in financial (or credit) record...)?

Can someone please help me with the German name of "Injonction de payer"?

PS: This should be the easiest way for me to get my money back. Submit a form and wait... I would like to go to any offices to get my salary back if only I can speak German.

Thanks for your help in advance
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Re: Injonction de payer to chase back salary?

Surely a registered letter, reminder that the salary has not been paid, and a deadline that 'if it's not deposited to my account by x date, this issue will be taken further with the relevant authorities'...might work ?

I'd do that first. I'd also double-check that there wasn't a problem with bank details, make sure you put your correct bank details (or a paying in slip for your account) with your registered letter, so there is no excuse...

I suspect there is a relevant authority that can chase employees rights - social security, tax authorities or something similar...rather than the normal 'debtors' system...
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Re: Injonction de payer to chase back salary?

I will need more information but:

"My ex-employer (Zurich) has not yet paid my Aug's salary due to his bank issue"....

Provides me intention of paying and not done to 3rd party problem.
Since i do not know which kind of interaction between you and your ex employer after the incident i assume none.

First i would call him and say: We are almost in November, how is the status.

If he blames the bank, you can present him your intention: going to court (problems with the bank is not your issue but something he needs to fix later. The issue now is your August salary).

I hope it helps.
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Re: Injonction de payer to chase back salary?

I called him every week and every time he was in a "meeting". He blames the bank and he does not have time to deal with it as he is so "busy"

Due to lack of the German skill, there is no way I would go to any District Court to get this salary dispute done.

This is why I wanna chase my salary back by "Injonction de payer", do you know what it is called in German?

Please help, thanks!

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I will need more information but:

"My ex-employer (Zurich) has not yet paid my Aug's salary due to his bank issue"....

Provides me intention of paying and not done to 3rd party problem.
Since i do not know which kind of interaction between you and your ex employer after the incident i assume none.

First i would call him and say: We are almost in November, how is the status.

If he blames the bank, you can present him your intention: going to court (problems with the bank is not your issue but something he needs to fix later. The issue now is your August salary).

I hope it helps.
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