Labour disputes between employees and employers are manifold...
Dismissal ? Warning ? Intimidation ? Restructuring ? Unfair competition ? Unpaid salary ? Employment certificate ? Collective labour agreement ? Work permit application ? Accident ? Unemployment insurance ?… ?…
Resolve these problems with a lawyer ? Some hesitate to even think about it !
...simple solutions exist
In a world in which employment is increasingly regulated and complicated, knowing one’s rights and trying to assert them effectively can be a real struggle. A long and costly lawsuit may be avoided by getting sound legal advice. Consultation with a lawyer opens a constructive dialogue that can lead to an expeditious finding of appropriate solutions.
When faced with an impasse, recourse to an experienced lawyer enables the assertion of one’s rights in an efficient and thoroughly legitimate way.
Trained at the Universities of Lausanne and Saint-Gall, Mr. Matthieu Genillod is thoroughly knowledgeable and deeply engaged in labour law. A member of the Vaud Bar Association and the Swiss Bar Association, he provides counsel to both employees and employers and represents them before courts. He also assists businesses in the development of labour relations in cooperation with the human resources department. After completing his postgraduate academic training (MBL/LL.M.), Mr. Genillod worked in the legal department of a large French-speaking Swiss group. He is deeply involved in labour law almost daily, as vice-presiding judge of the District Labour Court of Lausanne and as vice-presiding judge of the Labour Court of the Vaud cantonal administration (TRIPAC).
Mr. Matthieu Genillod practises law at the Alphalex Avocats SA firm, of which he is the founder and the managing partner. Hence, he can count on the collaboration of lawyers experienced in labour law, and an efficient structure.
He also has a large network of professionals at his disposal, which enables him to respond to a wide variety of situations (appraisers, occupational physicians, mediators, etc.). Devoted to his profession, Mr. Genillod also teaches in numerous institutions in French-speaking Switzerland.