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Help needed! I am 99% sure my employer is doing something illegal.

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So I am a young british born and raised man who moved to Zurich last year and found work at a restaurant doing kitchen work as well as food deliveries. All was going well, I recieved a 5 year B permit and work wasn't the best but it was a start. I have been studying German in my spare time as well as looking for better work but it has been a struggle, and pretty hopeless now with the pandemic going on so I have been working here for the last year.

Recently however my employer informed me how he ended my work contract 6 months ago as he "couldn't afford to pay my tax". he has been paying me cash for last six months and when he first told me he was going to pay me in cash he said it was perfectly fine to do so in switzerland, we just signed a reciept every month that he had given me x amount of cash. I live alone here and have only a few not so close friends who have told me what he is doing sounds illegal.

The problem is I am still working here and I believe there is no work contract at the moment I said I want everything done correctly so could you please make me a contract and he has told me he cannot at the moment due to the pandemic.

so am I legally allowed to carry on working for him? it seems to me he doesnt want to make me a contract so he doesnt have to pay my tax, as I also realised i have been underpayed for the whole year I have been working here. Also I am not sure if I should speak to any authorities about this and if i should which one/ones? would I get into trouble too? I have read on other posts about working illegaly here and how you can be fined, but I was unaware of the situation until recently, what do I do moving forward from here? Im also stuck as if he refuses to make me a contract I would have to leave and would struggle finding work.

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Hi,

So I am a young british born and raised man who moved to Zurich last year and found work at a restaurant doing kitchen work as well as food deliveries. All was going well, I recieved a 5 year B permit and work wasn't the best but it was a start. I have been studying German in my spare time as well as looking for better work but it has been a struggle, and pretty hopeless now with the pandemic going on so I have been working here for the last year.

Recently however my employer informed me how he ended my work contract 6 months ago as he "couldn't afford to pay my tax". he has been paying me cash for last six months and when he first told me he was going to pay me in cash he said it was perfectly fine to do so in switzerland, we just signed a reciept every month that he had given me x amount of cash. I live alone here and have only a few not so close friends who have told me what he is doing sounds illegal.

The problem is I am still working here and I believe there is no work contract at the moment I said I want everything done correctly so could you please make me a contract and he has told me he cannot at the moment due to the pandemic.

so am I legally allowed to carry on working for him? it seems to me he doesnt want to make me a contract so he doesnt have to pay my tax, as I also realised i have been underpayed for the whole year I have been working here. Also I am not sure if I should speak to any authorities about this and if i should which one/ones? would I get into trouble too? I have read on other posts about working illegaly here and how you can be fined, but I was unaware of the situation until recently, what do I do moving forward from here? Im also stuck as if he refuses to make me a contract I would have to leave and would struggle finding work.

Any help would be appreciated. thank you
If you have a B permit you would have needed an open ended contract of employment, so are working legally. Even if he has not paid your deductions they should be insured.
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If you have a B permit you would have needed an open ended contract of employment, so are working legally. Even if he has not paid your deductions they should be insured.
What? Even though the contract has now been terminated by the employer? Sounds more like the employer is dodging his responsibilities to pay the various taxes he should be paying as well as underpaying his employees.

I'd contact the labour office and the tax office to make sure you're okay.

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What? Even though the contract has now been terminated by the employer? Sounds more like the employer is dodging his responsibilities to pay the various taxes he should be paying as well as underpaying his employees.

I'd contact the labour office and the tax office to make sure you're okay.

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You can't end a contract 6 months ago without informing the other party...... As he has still been working the contract still exists. No contract is required but the minimum terms of Swiss law will apply in the event of nothing written. Sounds like they are bankrupt, blame the shutdown.
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You can't end a contract 6 months ago without informing the other party...... As he has still been working the contract still exists. No contract is required but the minimum terms of Swiss law will apply in the event of nothing written. Sounds like they are bankrupt, blame the shutdown.
Bet he's been claiming whatever employee allowances he's entitled to due to covid and not passing them on.
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Re: Help needed! I am 99% sure my employer is doing something illegal.

Do I understand that right; your boss told the authorities that you don't work for him any longer, stopped paying your AHV and tax at source, but didn't tell you and kept you working for cash?

That would be "Schwarzarbeit" and can get you (and your boss) into a world of pain. If that is the case, I would follow Medea's advice and inform the authorities ASAP.
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Do I understand that right; your boss told the authorities that you don't work for him any longer, stopped paying your AHV and tax at source, but didn't tell you and kept you working for cash?

That would be "Schwarzarbeit" and can get you (and your boss) into a world of pain. If that is the case, I would follow Medea's advice and inform the authorities ASAP.
Boss's don't tell authorities that you don't work for them. He has failed to declare Tax / AHV as deducted & failed to provide paperwork to the OP to show the RAV for the calculation of unemployment benefit.
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Re: Help needed! I am 99% sure my employer is doing something illegal.

Also please be aware that you most likley are no longer covered by any work related insurances such as accident etc.
You will be ok as long as you report matters asap.
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Also please be aware that you most likley are no longer covered by any work related insurances such as accident etc.
You will be ok as long as you report matters asap.
Since it's a legal responsibility of the employer to insure for accidents for which the employee may be charged 50% of non work accidents, for all engagements over 8 hours a week.
The OP will be covered.
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Since it's a legal responsibility of the employer to insure for accidents for which the employee may be charged 50% of non work accidents, for all engagements over 8 hours a week.
The OP will be covered.

Yes in a normal place of employment, this seems everything but that, considering that his employer *forgot* to tell him that he was let go 6 month ago...
So how to declare ex an accident when you are not officially working?
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You could always contact the local AHV first. If your employer hasn’t paid in your deductions yet, this should be obvious from your Kontoauszug. Only snag, you might have to wait up to three weeks for the statement.

https://svazurich.ch/administration/...bestellen.html

Perhaps they can confirm last credit date/amount via phone…
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If you have a B permit you would have needed an open ended contract of employment, so are working legally. Even if he has not paid your deductions they should be insured.

I also agree the the OP is under contract. His boss “forgot” to give notice six months ago. Even if he had, OP is still at work (has cash receipts as proof) today. This amounts to tacit (stillschweigend) continuation of the original contract.

I’d look at § 334 OR (and following) for the general question. Disclaimer: not a lawyer and don’t know if an English version exists
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You could always contact the local AHV first. If your employer hasn’t paid in your deductions yet, this should be obvious from your Kontoauszug. Only snag, you might have to wait up to three weeks for the statement.

https://svazurich.ch/administration/...bestellen.html

Perhaps they can confirm last credit date/amount via phone…
It's often up to a year late, so pointless to call.
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Re: Help needed! I am 99% sure my employer is doing something illegal.

He is definitely doing something dodgy but you 'should ' still be covered for accident insurance in the worst case. I have a Gmbh and have repeatedly asked my accountant, insurance agent and Suva about temporary employees, from Suva I need to estimate the total salaries at the beginning of the year to set the rate and adjust or declare total salaries at end. There is no requirement for me to notify who I employ or how much I pay them.

Separate to this is AHV which is pension contributions which is where you can get into trouble, he should be paying this but if he doesn't and it gets examined then it gets to who asked for this. Now if he has other employees who are all on the books and he said you wanted cash then you could be in a world of trouble proving it was not your idea or request. So tread carefully as being a foreigner you are already in second place and unfortunately there are Swiss employers who know the system and can exploit it. Legal insurance is not that expensive and I would get it asap and try to get him to put the situation in writing so you have some proof, provided he is silly enough to do so, email is a good way to get this.
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GastroSuisse should be able to help you. There is a lot of good info relating to your to your situation on their website.

https://www.gastrosuisse.ch/angebot/...gen-antworten/

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What? Even though the contract has now been terminated by the employer? Sounds more like the employer is dodging his responsibilities to pay the various taxes he should be paying as well as underpaying his employees.

I'd contact the labour office and the tax office to make sure you're okay.

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Yes, I believe thats exactly how it has become. Its a small restaurant him and one his business partner who just works and doesn't handle any of the business/legal side. then me and temporary part time staff (mostly students) who usually don't come back after a week or two due to the low pay. Thank you I will definately be contacting them tomorrow, my only concern is will I get into trouble and would it affect my record in any negative way as I have only been here for a year and for 6 months of that year I now realise I have no evidence for me working apart from people (customers and receptionists from the hotel next door) seeing me work there, but I wouldn't want to bring them into this. Would I need evidence to say that I had no part in this he ended my contract stopped paying my tax and other deductions without informing me until a week ago. Seeing as he has been here for 20 years and I have only been here for a year, if he denies it I don't see anyone taking my word over his. would I need evidence first or should I just approach them ASAP?
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Yes, I believe thats exactly how it has become. Its a small restaurant him and one his business partner who just works and doesn't handle any of the business/legal side. then me and temporary part time staff (mostly students) who usually don't come back after a week or two due to the low pay. Thank you I will definately be contacting them tomorrow, my only concern is will I get into trouble and would it affect my record in any negative way as I have only been here for a year and for 6 months of that year I now realise I have no evidence for me working apart from people (customers and receptionists from the hotel next door) seeing me work there, but I wouldn't want to bring them into this. Would I need evidence to say that I had no part in this he ended my contract stopped paying my tax and other deductions without informing me until a week ago. Seeing as he has been here for 20 years and I have only been here for a year, if he denies it I don't see anyone taking my word over his. would I need evidence first or should I just approach them ASAP?
Please explain how you obtained a B permit.
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Bet he's been claiming whatever employee allowances he's entitled to due to covid and not passing them on.
This is exactly how the conversation started, we were talking about how the pandemic is affecting the job market and small businesses like his. (We've spoken briefly in the past about how I plan on learning German and getting into a good career here, so he was aware I wasn't going to be working for him forever). during the conversation he told me how its pretty much impossible to be able to find any other work right now. So I then was asking about is there any sort of help from the government right now for employees and he told me there was during lockdown but I wasn't eligable for any of it as he had ended my contract in march. So over the last week I've just been trying to figure out what I can/should do and then came across this forum.

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You can't end a contract 6 months ago without informing the other party...... As he has still been working the contract still exists. No contract is required but the minimum terms of Swiss law will apply in the event of nothing written. Sounds like they are bankrupt, blame the shutdown.
I was never informed not by mouth, no email, no letter handed to me or come through the post regarding my contract termination. I'm not sure how it is even possible without me not being informed in any written format just by his word 6 months after he ended my contract but let me carry on working like nothing has happened, and still working there. I don't how he has pulled it off and how he is so calm about it while im jumping to all sorts of conclusions in my head.

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Do I understand that right; your boss told the authorities that you don't work for him any longer, stopped paying your AHV and tax at source, but didn't tell you and kept you working for cash?

That would be "Schwarzarbeit" and can get you (and your boss) into a world of pain. If that is the case, I would follow Medea's advice and inform the authorities ASAP.
Thank you. That is exactly correct. That is the thing I have found a few posts about how it can get the employee in trouble but those posts are more about the employee knowingly getting into cash in hand work from the start. My situation is I started off with it all being correctly reported and then stopped halfway without me being notified or asked if it was okay with me which isn't. I do not want to get into any trouble. what sort of trouble are we talking about for the employee, seeing as im still fairly new here is it better I just leave the work myself and look for other employment leaving this all in the past or if I report it will I lose my future in switzerland?

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I also agree the the OP is under contract. His boss “forgot” to give notice six months ago. Even if he had, OP is still at work (has cash receipts as proof) today. This amounts to tacit (stillschweigend) continuation of the original contract.

I’d look at § 334 OR (and following) for the general question. Disclaimer: not a lawyer and don’t know if an English version exists
I'm sorry I don't fully inderstand this, whats "OP"?

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Please explain how you obtained a B permit.
Well a friend of my dads, who had worked here his whole life as a taxi driver retired moved to England and spent some time with us told me about switzerland how nice it is here and how salaries are a lot higher here compared to England. I then did a little research of my own and spoke to him about how I want to start working there, he then told me how its possible but I would first need a residency permit and work permit. He had friend here who had a spare room so I moved in there and got my residency permit and at the same time we were walking into many takeaways,restaurants and shops trying to find 100% work to get the work permit. Eventually my current boss offered me a job with 100% work (as he was having a hard time finding someone with a driving licence who would do deliveries as well as kitchen work and cleaning and the broken shifts lunchtime shift or 4 hours then 3 hour break so to speak followed my a 5 hour evening shift) I agreed I would do it all so we accepted and as I had a british passport and driving licence my Gemeindeverwaltung confirmed I could start working while my permit application was processing and a month later my permit came through the post.

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oh right. Yes, I have reciepts although im not sure how legitimate they are seeing as he just prints them off his laptop and does not sign or stamp them. After him telling me he ended my contract I feel like he has just giving me these so im no questioning or thinking what hes doing is wrong. Seeing how calm he seems to be about it all I feel like he knows the system well, knows what hes doing and hows hes exploiting it. I however don't really know much about any of it hence the thread.

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GastroSuisse should be able to help you. There is a lot of good info relating to your to your situation on their website.

https://www.gastrosuisse.ch/angebot/...gen-antworten/

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Thank you, going to look into this now.

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