A large number of enterprises suffer criminal damage from their employees (theft, mismanagement, fraud, money laundering, forgery etc.). The legal questions that arise are complex; they relate e.g. to financial losses, reputational damage, communication and what action to take against offending staff. What may and should an enterprise do in such a situation? Should a criminal complaint be filed? What action should be taken if e.g. there is only a suspicion against an employee? Can he/she be monitored, or can he/she be dismissed without notice? Conversely, what should an employee do in such a situation? What can he/she do for example in order to avoid a criminal complaint? We will be happy to advise and support you in answering this and other questions.
How may I help you?
Dr. iur. Harry Nötzli is a licensed Attorney-at-Law and a Certified Specialist SBA Employment Law and has broad and long-standing experience in the area of employment law and public sector labour law. He advises and represents private individuals, enterprises, public sector workers and municipalities. He is able to guarantee competent and pragmatic support to his clients and, as a partner in the law firm, has an excellent network of connections.