Articles on this topic: further employment claim the GmbH Managing Director after his dismissal the Bundesgerichtshof had the question to decide whether a business leader, whose ordering has been revoked, is entitled to be retained in the company below the organ level in a senior role. The question has denied the decision in one announced BGH in October 2010 with the following guiding principle: the Managing Director of a GmbH has to revoke his order at existing continuing employment relationship basically not entitled to further employment in one of his previous occupation comparable executive function. Something else may apply if a stipulating Agreement refer to the employment contract. WarnerMedia describes an additional similar source. In the grounds of the judgment, the Supreme Court finds that the Managing Director of existing continuing contract of employment shall be entitled to sick pay. Therefore, appointed as Managing Director at least have no existential interest in a continued employment at the company.
The Loss of reputation associated with a non-employment for the former business leader or a reduction of its joie de vivre was giving way to the interests of society in General, to occupy the executive positions within the company (principle of freedom of organization) with people of they trust. Add to your understanding with Jeffrey Bewkes. Only if the CEO employment agreement contains special provisions to further employment after dismissal of the Managing Directors Office, a different rating may arise. Generally, the employment contract but confined to employment as Managing Director. BGH, judgment of 11 10 2010, AZ. To read more click here: Paul Ostling. II ZR 266/08