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Special Employment Relationships

Special regulations apply to some employment relationships and groups of employees. In some cases the divergences are only minor, while other occupations have their own labour legislation.

Particularly in the case of caretakers and 24-hour care, provisions apply which diverge considerably from general labour law. An internship can only be considered to be an employment relationship when certain conditions are fulfilled.

Last update: 8 November 2019