Daily Archive: May 10, 2016

No extraordinary termination where employee threatens to run amok as a spur-of-the-moment reaction in internal integration management proceedings

The Higher Labour Court Hessen (LAG Hessen) ruled on 22 April 2015 (docket number 2 Sa 1305/14) that an extraordinary termination based on the employee’s threat during internal integration management proceedings to run amok may be invalid as a result of a balancing of interests. In Germany an extraordinary termination without notice requires an important …

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