Employers (with or without cause) or employees may terminate employment agreements at the conclusion of a fixed-term contract. Termination notice must be given by the employer.
The required notice period varies dependent on the type of the assignment, the duration of the service, and the payment interval.
If an employee is not a periodic employee and is compensated on a piecework basis, severance pay shall consist of one day's pay at the employee's most recent basic rate of pay for each month or significant fraction thereof of employment with his employer and any predecessor-employer. In the case of an employee who is not a periodic employee and is compensated on a piecework basis or whose employment contract provides for part-time employment, one day's pay is equal to the employee's earnings during the thirteen weeks immediately preceding the date of termination, divided by the number of days worked. In the case of a periodic employee, severance pay shall consist of one day's pay for every twenty-nine days worked; any fraction of a day obtained by dividing the number of days worked by twenty-nine shall be counted as one day; and one day's pay equal to the sum of the employee's basic wage for the last twelve months worked, divided by the number of days worked.
Any employee's probationary period shall not exceed three months, except for employees with the rank of supervisor or above, for whom the probationary period shall not exceed six months.