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The ratio of salary raise should be determined in the employment contract or collective contract. If the ratio and period are not determined in the contract, the employer cannot be forced to give a raise. In this case, whether there will be a raise or not, the ratio of raise, worker’s performance, promotion, inflation rate, salaries within the company or sector at large will be evaluated and determined by the employer. Therefore, if worker’s expectations of salary raise are not met and he decides to resign, he will not be entitled to any severance pay. However, if the ratio on the salary raise is determined in the employment contract or collective contract and the worker did not receive the determined raise, he will be entitled to severance pay upon terminating the employment contract.