– An employment contract is a contract in which one party (the employee) undertakes to work as a dependent, and the other party (the employer) undertakes to pay wages. The employment contract is not subject to a special form, unless otherwise provided for by Law.
It is mandatory to conclude employment contracts in writing, the duration of which is one year and more. These documents are exempt from stamp duty and all kinds of fees and charges.
In cases where a written contract has not been concluded, the employer is obliged to provide the employee with a written document indicating the general and special working conditions, the daily or weekly working time, the basic wage and wage supplements, if any, the wage payment period, the duration of the contract if it is october, the provisions that the parties are obliged to comply with in case of termination, no later than two months. The provision of this paragraph shall not be applied in certain term employment contracts, the duration of which does not exceed one month. If the employment contract has expired before the expiration of the two-month period, it is mandatory that this information is provided to the employee in writing no later than the expiration date.