Know your rights, don’t forget your duties!
From the first semester on, many students have to work alongside their studies. With the first job, questions about employment law also arise: What exactly is a mini-job? Am I entitled to vacation? What do I do if I don’t get paid? An attorney for labor law provides an overview of typical problems and questions of labor and social security law that always arise in the context of student employment.
Work permit – citizens of EU and non-EU member states
Employment relationship and self-employment
Tax liability and social security in the employment relationship
Working student privilege
Marginal employment and short-term employment (“mini-jobs”)
The employment contract
The statutory minimum wage
Employment as a scientific or artistic assistant (“HiWi jobs”)
Covid 19 Special – Working in a home office?
Termination of employment
What to do in case of termination?
Employment certificate/proof of work
Direction: Frank Gust
The workshop will be conducted digitally using Cisco Webex. Shortly before the date you will receive an email with the access data.
The registration takes place online. The registration period starts 3 weeks before the workshop date.
More information here.