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Re: Need info: employee rights in case of bankruptcy

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Hi Ivan,


Which country are you from ?


How much have you worked in the last 24 months, and which countries ?


Assuming you get your B-Permit, you may be eligible for some unemployment benefits, but depends on the answers to the 2 above questions.
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I am from Latvia (EU8 country), continuously worked in Latvia last 24 month till 10.08 (including several sick lists).

I have delivered all papers to Belp Community 14.08 but still have no received permit physically.
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Re: Need info: employee rights in case of bankruptcy

Skyworks Airline has terminated all employment contracts, according to this article on Travel News today. Most of the terminated employees have been provisionally released from further working although some should continue to work for a time:



"Bereits erledigt ist die Kündigung aller Arbeitsverträge. Ein Grossteil der Mitarbeiter könne voraussichtlich freigestellt werden; etliche Arbeitsplätze sollen jedoch noch wesentlich länger besetzt bleiben."


The article also says that Skyworks still has money in the till and more should be coming in as the result of the sale of a Dornier aircraft.



https://www.travelnews.ch/flug/9842-...-in-raten.html


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Hi Doc,

I am from Latvia (EU8 country), continuously worked in Latvia last 24 month till 10.08 (including several sick lists).

I have delivered all papers to Belp Community 14.08 but still have no received permit physically.

Sorry, I dont know Latvias status in the bilateral agreement/unemployment payment agreements.

If you are eligible for unemployment payments, it will be based on your average salary for the last 12 months.


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Re: Need info: employee rights in case of bankruptcy

An additional question on the above.

Does the bankruptcy insurance cover the notice period as well or only unpaid salaries that have already been done?

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An additional question on the above.

Does the bankruptcy insurance cover the notice period as well or only unpaid salaries that have already been done?

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3 months maximum total combined.
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An additional question on the above.

Does the bankruptcy insurance cover the notice period as well or only unpaid salaries that have already been done?

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You will only receive the insurance benefit for 3 months of outstanding wages and only up to 8,700 francs. The notice period longer 3 months does not matter.
To do this, however, you must 1. have proven to the RAV (registered letter) that you warned your employer for paying wages. I would do that as soon as possible and submit the application as the processing times are currently extraoribant.
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1. Have I rights to receive any compensation from company due to bankruptcy?
Yes, anything that is owed to you according to your employment contract. If they don't pay, the canton steps in and does so. So if you're owned salary already earned, this should be covered. However, if you're still in your probationary period, this could be a little as 7 days pay. Don't know if this covers any other remuneration, such as relocation expenses or the like - the RAV can advise.

Naturally with less that 12 months work in Switzerland you won't be eligible for any unemployment insurance.
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2. Have my company to pay me salary for first month (in fact I am sitting at home now, I asked my supervisor what to do but he told me to contact HR, no answer from HR)
If you arrived and they fired you your first day, then no, all they have to pay you is for your notice perido (plus perhaps that first day).
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3. What I need to receive from my employer and have I register in RAV?
Your original work contract and your termination letter. Legally you're not fired until you get that, which can end up owing you more.

Also have you registered your residency yet? I don't know if you can submit your employment contract if it's already been terminated.
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I am from Latvia (EU8 country), continuously worked in Latvia last 24 month till 10.08 (including several sick lists).
You have the same rights as all other EU/EEA citizens. The whole distinction between 'old' EU and 'new' EU was faded out some time ago. Just be happy, you're not from the UK.

Whether you worked in Latvia for the last 24 months or ten years makes no difference to you in Switzerland, as you weren't paying Swiss social security.
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