An employment contract may be terminated at the end of the term (if the contract is for a specified duration), by the employer (with or without notice), by the employee, by mutual consent, upon the employee's death, or due to force majeure rendering the contract unusable.
Employers are often required to present an employee with a written explanation for their dismissal. If notice is required for dismissal, the notice period begins upon receipt of the written cause for termination.
Without notice, either the employer or the employee may end an employment contract during the probationary (trial) period.
In general, the notice period is set by the individual or specified in the collective bargaining agreement.
There are no provisions in the law regarding severance payment.
The probation period varies depending on the collective bargaining agreement.