In practice, questions often arise about the social law consequences of termination agreements, the release of employees, the contribution-based treatment of salary components or one-off payments. It goes without saying that our experienced and highly specialised lawyers also keep social law risks in mind when advising and representing you.
We offer our professional support either by providing information in the background, by actively negotiating with the authorities involved or by representing them before the social and administrative courts.
We offer assistance, for example, in any recovery proceedings by social security institutions against our member companies, whether in official or judicial proceedings before the social courts.
In the case of the separation of (severely) disabled workers, we support our members on the basis of our many years of experience in proceedings before the Integration Office and, if necessary, also in court disputes before the social and administrative courts.
- Compulsory and exempt insurance
- Definition of remuneration
- Amount of contributions
- Valuation credits
- Posting (SGB IV)
- Blocking period
- Short-time allowance
- Integration allowances
- Transfer short-time allowance
- Conditions for exemption from insurance
- Sickness benefit
- Sickness insurance in case of posting
- Allowance for private health insurance
- Severance pay
- Adjustment test obligation
- Calculation of contributions
- Hazard tariffs
- Accident prevention regulations
- Confidence protection schemes
- Pension access
- Pension after partial retirement or unemployment
- Supplementary income in addition to pension
- Distribution of working hours
- Top-up amounts
- Reimbursement benefits
- Tax-free income
- Wage tax deduction procedure
- Flat rate wage tax