The employer has an employment relationship with the employee.
The term employer is closely related to the term employee. The employer stands with the employee in an employment relationship, which is regulated in an employment contract. According to the legal regulation of the German Federal Labor Court is an employer a person who employs at least one employee.
The employer owes the employee a salary, which is linked to the required work performance. The relationship between the employer and the employee is defined by contract and describes the employment relationship between both parties. The employer owes the employee a salary which is linked to the required work performance.
If there is a contract between the employer and the employee, the rights and obligations are set out in the contract. This clearly defines for both sides which agreements they have to abide by and what rights they are entitled to.
The main obligation of the employer is to pay the employee the agreed salary. This is a fixed salary, which may also include additional commissions. The amount of the salary is either determined by the contractual agreement or is based on the relevant collective agreement.
The employer has the obligation to pay the salary at the time specified in the contract. At the same time, the employer obligation to settle possible errors or mistakes or delayed wage payments as soon as possible.
The employer pays the contributions to social security and social security contributions and payroll tax.
The legally obligated social benefits include, among other things, contributions to health, pension, unemployment and long-term care insurance.
The employer is obliged to take care of the welfare of the employed people. This specifically involves the following four duties: