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Sick and Notice Period

Good morning everyone,

I am serving my last notice period month after I resigned from my company. I already received my signed termination agreement saying that 31st of December is my last day of work.

The problem is that last week I was really sick for two days and I did not come to work. I did not bring medical certificate as I this is needed after 3 days of absence.

What happens in this situation? Is my notice period extended or not? I could not find a clear definition on the swiss law (I am not a law expert though). I am still waiting my manager to let me know.

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Old 03.12.2019, 12:06
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Re: Sick and Notice Period

If you want it to then yes you can tell your company that. If you actually want to leave on time then say nothing, they definitely won't either.

In theory they can ask you to stay another month but no company in their right minds would do that for 2 days worth, too much paperwork and admin before Christmas.

I would say nothing if I were you and see what happens. My guess is you will leave as planned as no one will make a fuss.
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Re: Sick and Notice Period

As you have resigned the notice period does not get extended.

The notice period is only extended in case the employer has served notice.
Art. 336c Code of Obligations https://www.admin.ch/opc/en/classifi...dex.html#a336c


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Re: Sick and Notice Period

Ok, so from what I understand I should do nothing. Just register the days as sick days at my company's system so that I get my salary and just work the rest of the days until the end of my notice period.
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