Recent Posts

Consider These When Resigning

While the employment contract is made with the agreement of both the employer and the employee, its termination takes place with the declaration of one party. Termination of the employment contract by the employee is referred to as resignation. In accordance with the Labor Law No. 4857, which regulates Employee-Employer …

Read More »

European Social Security Convention: Practices in Spain and Portugal

A SGK Circular regarding the European Social Security Agreement was signed between Austria, Belgium, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and Turkey on March 1, 1977. Based on the provisions of the European Social Security Agreement, the Circular mentioned social security applications of the temporary assignments with Spain and Portugal, countries …

Read More »

Severance Pay for Employees Paid in Foreign Currency

When an employment contract is terminated,  an employee who has worked for the same employer for more than 1 year is entitled to severance pay. The conditions necessary to benefit from this right are regulated in the current Article 14 of the abolished Labor Law No. 1475, which also includes …

Read More »

Is the Employer Obligated to Give Raise to All Employees?

Is the Employer Obligated to Give Raise to All Employees?

Gaining money is the common denominator for the employer and the employee. The employer puts his capital into the company and aims to make a profit and the worker works to earn a wage. As a result, one of the most sensitive topics in the employee-employer relationship is wages. Wages …

Read More »