The Ombudsman may fire an employee at any time during the probationary period for violating any applicable law, rule, instruction, process, or authorized directive. If an employee's role becomes surplus to the Office's requirements, their employment may be terminated due to redundancy. The employee of the Office may be discharged for major offenses and serious violations of discipline, such as poor performance, undesirable behavior, or illness and incapacity.
The employment contract specifies the notice period.
The Ombudsman's Office is responsible for determining the amount of severance pay that terminated employees are entitled to.
All new employees shall serve a six-month probationary period.