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EXPIRATION OF FIXED-TERM CONTRACT

An employment contract concluded for a fixed period shall terminate on expiry of the period for which it was concluded.

Each fixed-term employment contract, irrespective of its length may be terminated by notice The notice periods for fixed-term employment are the same as for employment contracts for an indefinite period. If the employer's seniority is less than six months, the notice period is two weeks;  between six months and less than three years - one month;  at least three years - three months.

An employment contract concluded for a fixed term may be terminated earlier in the event of a declaration of bankruptcy or liquidation of the employer.  In this case, each party may terminate it with two weeks' notice.

The employment contract for a probationary period is terminated on the expiry of that period and before the expiry of the period it may be terminated by notice.  The notice period for an employment contract concluded for a probationary period is:  3 working days where the probationary period does not exceed 2 weeks;  1 week if the probationary period is longer than 2 weeks;  2 weeks if the probationary period is 3 months.

 

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