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Old 20.11.2017, 16:46
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And Tom let me ask you here since you bailed out of the other topic.

I still have a question open for you in post 22

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Those threads also point out that you can't dismiss anyone based on their ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation, etc., so there IS at least some legislation for being unable to dismiss someone.

Proving that's why you've been dismissed is another ballgame, though.
Sandgrounder, as far as I know, the law does not protect against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. Some employers, such as Credit Suisse, have their own company-internal regulation prohibiting discriminating on this basis.
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Old 20.11.2017, 17:41
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everybody understands that the employer unless a full retard
In this case I do believe that you would be applicable for those rare cases of instant dismissal (without notice of termination), and without a period of termination if non-prejudice and equality, as well as publishing your views is within your terms of contract. If I were you, I'd flush my FB account...
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Some employers, such as Credit Suisse, have their own company-internal regulation prohibiting discriminating on this basis.
Yes. Partner was in UBS legal (bailed-out quickly - now a judge both at the Bund and local level). Can confirm that there is a'black-list' also against anyone making any stink against the big banks. These people will find it tough to be re-employed at any other big banks.

Promised not to disclose this to anyone at the time, but believe that my promise has now passed the time-barred period.
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Dear Richard et all,
Your explanation below (item 6) is quite clear, so my question it is to reconfirm/clarify further.


If your current salary is higher that those 106K CHF/yr (imagine is 180K or even more per year, ex: 300K CHF), since the 70% or 80% of your base salary will be higher than 106K CHF/yr, the capping means that you will only receive the equivalent (approx. 106K/12) of 8800 CHF/month? Is this correct? I mean the maximum salary that will be received every month will be that? 8K/month?


I went to the RAV website and couldn't find better explanation. In fact the capping 106K CHF/yr is not even mentioned... not sure the RAV Zurich shows different info than other cities?


Thanks for your advice!




6. The RAV will calculate your entitlement based on your previous 12 months of employment. They then divide this figure by 220 and that is your daily entitlement capped at CHF 106K. The unemployment is calculate by multiplying your daily allowance by the number of days in the month so the figure does vary from month to month. If I can remember correctly you get a total of 420 days and thereafter you become a social benefit case. You get 70% of your salary to a maximum of CHF 106k and 80% if you have dependent minors(Children!). If you have kids you can also get child benefit but generally this is not as generous as an employer.

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Short answer - yes. RAV is the same everywhere.
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The current cap is 70 or 80% of 148200, so 8645 or 9880/month, depending on if you have kids or not.

Minus deductions and taxes, of course.

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Re: I think I am about to lose my job...

Dear Tom,
Thanks for the clarification, it is well appreciated. Is there a link/website where I can find this information ..? I went to the RAV website and not even this new amount of 148200 CHF/yr is mentioned.


Do you know when it changed from the 106KCHF to the 148K CHF cap?


Note: so having a salary higher than 148200CHF/yr grants you the comfortable monthly income (as it was stated by one colleague in this forum before)


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Page 9, bottom right.

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Dear JoeUK, just many thanks! have a great week end. Best
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Do you know when it changed from the 106KCHF to the 148K CHF cap?
On 1 January 2016 it changed from 126000 to 148200, don't know when it was only 106000.

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Re: I think I am about to lose my job...

Hi,
I have a question about the salary on which RAV bases its 80% or 70% payments. in several information leaflets from RAV, it refers to insured earnings which is normally less than the actual salary you get. the insured earnings can be found on your pension statement. So if you salary is 130K, the insured earnings will be around 100K. Does RAV pay 70% or 80% (dependent on if you have dependent children or not) on 130K or only on 100K?

can someone who went on to RAV recently after losing a permanent job please clarify? (I am not sure how it works for contracting roles as there the pension fund might be quiet small and the insured earnings will be even smaller).
in summary, does insured earnings found on the pension statement have any significance when it comes to RAV payments or is it just your salary?



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Hi,
I have a question about the salary on which RAV bases its 80% or 70% payments. in several information leaflets from RAV, it refers to insured earnings which is normally less than the actual salary you get. the insured earnings can be found on your pension statement. So if you salary is 130K, the insured earnings will be around 100K. Does RAV pay 70% or 80% (dependent on if you have dependent children or not) on 130K or only on 100K?

can someone who went on to RAV recently after losing a permanent job please clarify? (I am not sure how it works for contracting roles as there the pension fund might be quiet small and the insured earnings will be even smaller).
in summary, does insured earnings found on the pension statement have any significance when it comes to RAV payments or is it just your salary?



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Dear all, just heard that there is a way to get an insurance and be paid 100% of your last salary.. does anyone knows about this? In advance. Thanks
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No, because it doesn't exist.
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