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Job Protection with only signed Contract?

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I'm moving to Zurich in Oct with my family, to start work with 1 of the banks that is shedding people. I've given my notice here and have started the whole withdrawal process from Lux. I'm really hoping that 1) I'm not on any lists and 2) I signed the contract in June so I'm hoping they knew what they were doing then.
My question is - what rights are open to me should this Bank cancel my contract? I know that I need to work for at least 12mts before I can get unemployment benefit in CH.

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Old 28.07.2011, 17:00
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Re: Job Protection with only signed Contract?

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Hi
I'm moving to Zurich in Oct with my family, to start work with 1 of the banks that is shedding people. I've given my notice here and have started the whole withdrawal process from Lux. I'm really hoping that 1) I'm not on any lists and 2) I signed the contract in June so I'm hoping they knew what they were doing then.
My question is - what rights are open to me should this Bank cancel my contract? I know that I need to work for at least 12mts before I can get unemployment benefit in CH.

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Your rights are written into your contract! How much notice do you need to be given during the trial period? 1 week maybe a month. THATS IT, they can end the contract at any time for what ever reason.
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