Digitalization & Employment Law. A Critical Analysis of § 623 BGB


Term Paper, 2020

35 Pages, Grade: 1,0


Abstract or Introduction

In this paper, the article § 623 BGB will be critically analysed, because the article regulates the formal requirements of terminations and separation agreements. To gain a general overview the touched paragraphs of the German Civil Code, shortened to BGB, will be included in the assignment in the original language and the latest translation into English.

Due to the current situation, the worldwide corona pandemic, the world of work is becoming increasingly unbounded. Employers and employees gradually see the advantages of home office and “New Work”. The pandemic forced companies and employees to organize their new work environment quick, which sometimes ended up in a disorganized and chaotic way. If new forms of work are implemented in a planned manner in the future, all sides can benefit even more. The crisis, in general, holds plenty of opportunities to set a new course for the future of work. On the long run authorities will have to support the upcoming requirements of employees and employers with adjusted rules and regulations. An essential part of the employment cycle for employees and employers are terminations and sometimes even separation agreements.

Details

Title
Digitalization & Employment Law. A Critical Analysis of § 623 BGB
College
University of applied sciences Frankfurt a. M.
Grade
1,0
Author
Year
2020
Pages
35
Catalog Number
V934122
ISBN (eBook)
9783346274632
Language
English
Tags
BGB 623, Kündigung, Schriftform, Termination, Seperation Agreement, German Civil Code
Quote paper
Samantha Kim Schönhaber (Author), 2020, Digitalization & Employment Law. A Critical Analysis of § 623 BGB, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/934122

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