Learning for the future
During a voluntary service, the purpose of the training, in particular the expansion of practical knowledge and skills, is in the foreground. There is no obligation to work for the volunteer (holiday trainee) and he/she can also divide his/her time largely freely. Accordingly, the employer can only dispose of the volunteer's manpower to a limited extent.
Volunteers are not subject to the regulations of labour law. Nor are they subject to collective agreements. Volunteers are not entitled to remuneration or reimbursement of expenses. However, compensation can be agreed upon to reward the interest shown by the volunteer.
- Draftingof the internship contract
- Support in the formulation of training conditions
- Coordination with specialized attorneys
Advantages and Benefits
- Tailor-made internship contract
- Easy and fast communication
- Minimization of legal uncertainties
- Advice from specialized attorneys
In order to avoid legal ambiguities from the outset, especially the distinction between volunteering and employment, a written agreement should be concluded.
- Creation of an individualized internship contract
- Included legal advice (up to 30 minutes)
- Communication: personal, telephone, e-mail, video call etc.