1. An employment contract may be terminated during the probationary period without prior notice and without expressing the reason for termination. An employment contract may be terminated under the following circumstances:
- Agreement by the parties;
- End of the contract term;
- Death of the employee;
- A disability hindering the performance of work;
- Cessation of work for more than six months;
- Dissolution of the company or reduction in the number of staff;
- Final conviction leading to at least two months’ imprisonment of the employee;
- Disciplinary reasons;
- Refusal to work; and
- An unsatisfactory probationary period.
2. A written notice of 30 days is required for the termination of the employment contract. The employee may also be entitled to severance pay if employment termination is due to the following reasons:
- Cessation of activities for more than 6 months;
- Dissolution of employer’s business or reduction in the number of employees;
- Final conviction to imprisonment which prevents continuation of employment;
- Employee refusal to be reassigned to a previous position.