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Re: Full time job + part time job?

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Yes you do, the onus is always on the one making the claim.

In additon, you may want to ensure you stay anonymous, the consequences otherwise may not be to your liking at al, and rather severe.

You sound like ...pea...plum...(tree?) - anybody remember the nick (billag was a "favourite" subject of hers)? Always ready to play the system but the first to complain about even the slightest perceived injustice.
For what is worth, I confirm koblenz's statement. I also do not have a link, but a reliable expert in Swiss work law told me that it is perfectly possible to have more than one job and exceed 100% of employment rate. The rule is in place to prevent employers from making employees work more than a number of hours, not the other way around.

However, I know nothing about the rules for invalidity benefits.
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Old 03.06.2017, 22:27
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I don't need one, I know first-hand that it is correct. Don't expect there to be a gift-wrapped link provided each and every time on the forum.

Perhaps (more to the point) you have a link that disproves my statement, as you seem to be the one doubting it...

So the social security allow you to claim 100% of whatever you are entitled to as an invalidity payment and earn upto a further 30% with no penalty, is this what you state is true and legal ? Because if it is, it is incredibly generous for the state to allow the tax payer to pay for an invalidity case, yet the invalid can work upto 30%...
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So the social security allow you to claim 100% of whatever you are entitled to as an invalidity payment and earn upto a further 30% with no penalty, is this what you state is true and legal ? Because if it is, it is incredibly generous for the state to allow the tax payer to pay for an invalidity case, yet the invalid can work upto 30%...
Yes, this is correct. I don't have a link but that guy in the pub told me.
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So the social security allow you to claim 100% of whatever you are entitled to as an invalidity payment and earn upto a further 30% with no penalty, is this what you state is true and legal ? Because if it is, it is incredibly generous for the state to allow the tax payer to pay for an invalidity case, yet the invalid can work upto 30%...
A quick check says his claim may be correct. But it's a mess, and at any rate the amount of income and/or work hours allowed are subject to the individual case and ruling issued when the disabled's pension got set.

Working more than allowed would jeopardize one's disabled pension. Not getting written information about what's allowed in any given case, preferably consent to a given offer, would be incredibly stupid.
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So the social security allow you to claim 100% of whatever you are entitled to as an invalidity payment and earn upto a further 30% with no penalty, is this what you state is true and legal ? Because if it is, it is incredibly generous for the state to allow the tax payer to pay for an invalidity case, yet the invalid can work upto 30%...
Yes this is correct and of course it is legal.
I think at the end of each calendar month though, the recipient of the invalidity benefit has to notify the invalidity benefit office how much (or how little) she/he has worked during the month.
Let's say that the recipient has a 100% invalidity benefit, so receives full payment. For as long as she/he works 30% or less then this is not going to be an issue. Personally I find it quite reasonable that people on benefits are allowed to make up for their lost income in this way. After all people who are ill have higher health-related costs.

However after a period of say 3 to 6 months of working 40%, the benefits people will open a review on that person, as it would seem that the 100% invalidity benefit is no longer justified long-term.

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And reported for again drive-by groaning...... Seems the ban didnīt give any insight....
How is it drive-by? This is a discussion.

You have made no contribution to this thread/discussion. You have only groaned and talked about others groaning! If anyone should be reported, it is you, for what you call 'drive-by' groaning!

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Re: Full time job + part time job?

Hello guys,

I was wondering if you could give me more like a confirmation about this post.
At the moment I have this situation. I work at nights in a Bar and I got a job during the day (after 4 months in the bar)
I quit the bar, but they have 3 freaking months of notice period. Which I understand, because they just work on winter. I signed it and I respecting that.
Well, I am dealing with it, because I was for 2 years looking for a job in my area and I finally found it.
But my manager in the bar said I cant do that, BUT there is nothing on the contract saying I cant or that I own they loyalty or whatever.... even because, before, I already had other 2 , 3 jobs aside cleaning houses.

Can anyone tell me if they can sue me? Or they are just pressuring me because, I have no idea because...I come on time every evening, leave on the right time, I even do more than I was assigned to do.

They are very angry at me I guess....



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It could be prohibited by the main employer's contract with the employee. This is, as you say, the first thing to check, if you want to play by the rules.

Nevertheless a prohibition does not mean to say that it is not physically possible for the OP to take on another job, for we all know that rules are there to be bent/broken. And it does go on.

If the contract does not prohibit a second job then there is no reason at all for the OP to take on as many jobs and extra hours as she/he can handle.
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