You’re assuming that an employee of yours has an unauthorised side job?
Your company has included a clause prohibiting side jobs in your employees’ contracts for good reason?
On the one hand, an industrious employee who earns a few euros on the side in their free time deserves praise. On the other, shouldn’t he or she fully dedicate their capacity for work to their regular employer, particularly if they’re on a full-time contract?
Unauthorised side jobs may result in frequent absences, lack of concentration, fatigue and degrading commitment to your operations.
Is your employee working at night, at weekends, while on holiday or even while they’re officially on sick leave – and, worst of all, perhaps for one of your competitors?
Is this competitor able to underbid your company’s prices?
If you have any indications of an employee of yours being engaged in an unauthorised side job, you should contact Fritsch Private Investigators.
Your suspicion can be confirmed by targeted investigations and surveillance of the employee concerned, allowing you to take action as provided for by labour law.
Engagement in an unauthorised side job may even represent a case of criminal moonlighting.
Turn to Fritsch Private Investigators. You have a right to obtain clarity.
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