Employment contracts are negotiated between the employer and the candidate selected at the time of employment. The three main issues that need to be negotiated in an employment contract are work obligations, salary and the details of termination of employment. This may sometimes include a set of severance pay and termination conditions. Typically, senior management employment contracts also include a clearly defined termination clause and higher severance pay instead of termination. Severance pay: A worker who has worked for more than one year for the employer is entitled to severance pay in the event of dismissal. Severance pay is calculated as thirty (30) days` pay per year of work, but there is a legal ceiling (ceiling) considered the highest limit, which is TRY 2,427.04. (This legal ceiling is applicable until 30 June 2010 and is renewed every year). One of the disadvantages for employers who use an out-of-court dismissal is that it may take longer to clarify the administrative details of letting go. This requires additional resources, such as time and staff, to work out the details of an agreement. In accordance with the provisions of the Labour Code relating to job security, a worker may only introduce a re-employment process to be reinstated after dismissal by the employer if the worker works for that employer for at least six months, if the employment contract is valid for an undeterminate period (duration).
where the employment employs more than thirty workers and the worker is not a representative of employers (meaning that the worker cannot be in a high-level position where he is entitled to represent the employer, in particular with regard to the recruitment and dismissal of workers). However, in the United States, there is no single “unlawful dismissal” law. Instead, employees are protected by state and federal labor laws. Since most employees are “at will,” they can be fired at any time and for any reason, as long as the reason is not discriminatory, retaliatory, or illegal. In the latter case, workers can bring an action for termination of employment. These include illegal termination after being paid and illegal termination during the probation period. Paid annual leave: Employees are entitled to paid annual leave, as shown below. In the event of dismissal, paid annual leave which the worker does not consume during work must be paid on the basis of the gross salary.
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