Accordingly, the man tested positive for the corona virus at the beginning of January and went into quarantine as required. He informed his superior about this, but at the time he was not able to submit a separating notice because it was still a long time coming due to the health authorities being overburdened. As a result, the man from Salzburg was simply fired by his boss.
He is now taking this decision to court with the help of the Chamber of Labour. This is not an isolated case, as the AK claims, because the lack of separating notices repeatedly leads to uncertainty among bosses and employees.