Annex to the employment contract may be concluded under the conditions stipulated by the provisions of Articles 171 to 174 of the Labor Law.
An employer may offer to an employee a change of the stipulated work conditions respectively annex to the employment contract:
- in order to make transfer to another appropriate job, necessitated by the process and the organisation of work
- in order to make transfer to another place at the same employer, in conformity with Article 173 of the Labour Law.
According to the provisions of Article 173 of the Labour Law an employee may be transferred to another place of work:
- where activity of the employer is of such a nature that the work is performed in places outside employer’s registered office, and/or his organisational part
- if the distance from the employee’s place of work to the place he is going to be transferred to is less than 50 kilometers, and if regular transportation is organised that makes possible timely arrival to work and return from work, and if transportation cost refund is provided for in the amount of the price of public transportation passenger ticket.
An employee may be transferred to another place of work in the cases not prespecified only after his consent.
- for the purpose of assigning to an appropriate job with another employer, in conformity with Article 174 of the Labour Law. Continue reading Change of an employment contract – Annex to the employment contract
The labour rule book regulate rights, duties and responsibilities arising from employment only where so specified by the Labour Law.
Rights, duties and responsibilities arising from employment shall be regulated by the labour rule book and/or employment contract, in conformity with the Labour Law:
- if a trade union is not established at an employer, or no trade union meets the requirements of representation, or an agreement of association in conformity with the Labour Law is not concluded
- if no participant to a collective agreement initiates the bargaining for entering into a collective agreement
- if participants to a collective agreement fail to consent to enter into collective agreement within 60 days from the day of commencement of the bargaining
- if, within 15 days from communicating the call for commencing the bargaining to enter into collective agreement, a trade union fails to accept the initiative of the employer Continue reading Labour rule book
The employment relation shall be established by an employment contract which shall be concluded between an employee and an employer. The employment contract shall be considered concluded when signed by the employee and the director or entrepreneur. The employment contract instead of directors or entrepreneurs may sign and employees who are authorized by them, while employee must conclude employment contract in person.
Employer and employee may conclude an employment contract either for a indefinite or definite period of time and if in the employment contract has not been determined the period of time of its validity, it shall be considered that such a contract has been concluded for an indefinite period.
The obligation of the employer and employee is to conclude the employment contract exclusively in writing before the beginning of work of the employee. Should an employer fail to conclude the employment contract with an employee before his beginning of work, it shall be considered that the employee has established the employment relation for an indefinite period of time – as of the day of taking the job. Continue reading The Employment Contract