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no probzeit in my contract

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Dear all

 

I read my new contract here in Germany and there is no probzeit

 

What is the period if its not stipulated in the contract ?

 

Best regards

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5 minutes ago, TraceKira said:

Dear all

 

I read my new contract here in Germany and there is no probzeit

 

What is the period if its not stipulated in the contract ?

 

 

When there is none in the contract, there is none.

 

How well do you read german?

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On ‎15‎/‎01‎/‎2017‎ ‎16‎:‎53‎:‎01, someonesdaughter said:

 

 

When there is none in the contract, there is none.

 

How well do you read german?

 

Sorry but in german law there is a probzeit , because maybe the employee wants to leave early at start

If its no probzeit written then  I can imagine is 6 months , the maximum . Can a lawyer confirm ?

 

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The law does not mandate a Probezeit. If it exists in neither your labor contract nor the collective labor agreement then there is none. Unless otherwise agreed upon you have to observe a notice period of 4 weeks to cancel your contract to the 15th or the last day of a month, then.

 

https://www.gesetze-im-internet.de/bgb/__622.html

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It says

 

"Fur die Beendigung ihres Arbeitsvarhaltniness durch kundigung gelten die tarifvetraglichen Kundigunsgfristen"

 

 

What does it means !??!

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"For the cancellation of your employment the notice periods of the collective labor agreement (Tarifvertrag) apply."

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12 hours ago, TraceKira said:

It says

 

"Fur die Beendigung ihres Arbeitsvarhaltniness durch kundigung gelten die tarifvetraglichen Kundigunsgfristen"

 

 

What does it means !??!

means you can ask your union, (Betriebsrat)

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Do you think it will raise red flags if  I ask the HR about the probzeit period or is best if I keep silent

I don't want to stir waters unnecessary ...

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That's why you should ask the Betriebsrat. Or your union. Or look into your contract. Or hire a lawyer or whatever...

 

Counter-question: since you seem to be planning on canceling anyways, would it matter if your question were to "stir waters"? If you plan on getting out as soon as possible I suggest you stop wasting time. Assuming a 4 week notice the deadline for cancellation to the 15th of February would be tomorrow if my math isn't failing me.

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