Protection against dismissal protects you as an employee after 6 months of uninterrupted work against unjustified and/or disproportionately short-term dismissal by the employer.
For example, employees may be subject to a protection period of up to seven months, depending on their length of employment. Furthermore, dismissals should be prevented that are not pronounced because of the behavior of the employee or for operational reasons.
protection against dismissal applies to
and severely disabled persons
The special protection against dismissal
for expectant mothers
begins with the notification of their pregnancy to the employer. This means that the prohibition of dismissal only applies if the employer was aware of the pregnancy at the time of the dismissal or if it is communicated to him within two weeks of receipt of the dismissal.
The special protection against dismissal of the law on severely disabled
persons applies to severely disabled persons
and persons treated as such. Employers are obliged to obtain the consent of the Integration Office of the State Administration Office before giving notice of termination. The decision is preceded by the examination of whether a business-economically meaningful continued employment is also possible with the use of advisory, technical and financial assistance.