The Ministry of Labor has drawn set-up that would permit employers to take out their workers without notice and giving end-of service benefits, and situations in which workers would be taken out without notice. The ministry has made the conditions on its website and Twitter account. Employers would not finish the contracts of their employees without notice, excluding eight cases and on the condition that they would have their reasons for performing so.
An employer would end a contract if the worker battered any member of the family or company, did not see contractual obligations stated or did not go behind orders. A worker would also be taken out for purposely putting in danger the safety of others, despite repetitive and written warnings; or for committing a breach or codes of conduct. An employer would take out a worker if it is confirmed that the worker’s behavior reasons and material losses, and on condition that the employer information the incident to the significant authority within 24 hours.
A worker would also be worked out for presenting fake educational qualifications, was not present from work for more than 20 days for non lawful reasons over a one-year period, or absent 10 days in a row without authentic reasons. A company would also work out a worker for using his or her position for personal gain, or revealing the firm’s developed or commercial top secret. In difference, employees in the private sector would suspend their jobs if their companies fail to complete their financial obligations, or transform sections in their contracts without consent.
Workers would also take out if employers beat up them, or do something in an unscrupulous or immoral manner. They would also take out if their employers abuse or treat them viciously, or if they are required to work in risky conditions.