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Rules for Annual Paid Leave Application According to the Turkish Labour Law
21May
Rules for Annual Paid Leave Application According to the Turkish Labour Law
According to the Turkish Labour Law, there are some rules regarding the implementation of annual paid leave. These rules can be summarised as follows:   Prohibition on working during annual leave The right to annual paid leave cannot be waived, and even if the employee wishes to work during the annual leave period, the annual...
Calculation of Wages for the Annual Paid Leave Periods
20May
Calculation of Wages for the Annual Paid Leave Periods
The employer is obliged to pay in cash and in advance the wage for the annual leave period to each employee who uses annual paid leave, before the relevant employee starts his or her leave. In the calculation of this wage, the wages received for overtime, premiums, the wages and social benefits received by workers...
Implementation of annual paid leave according to the Turkish Labour Law
16May
Implementation of annual paid leave according to the Turkish Labour Law
In line with the Turkish Labour Code No. 4857, annual paid leave cannot be divided by the employer. The main reason for this prohibition on division is to prevent the employee’s annual leave right from being divided and rendered meaningless. Annual leave must be granted continuously by the employer within the periods determined according to...
How is the Severance Period Based on Annual Leave Calculated?
13May
How is the Severance Period Based on Annual Leave Calculated?
In order for workers subject to the Labour Code No. 4857 to be entitled to annual paid leave, their seniority at the workplace must be at least one year. Annual paid leave is granted to workers who have worked for at least one year, starting from the day they started working at the workplace, including the...
Calculation of Annual Leave Rights of Employees
11May
Calculation of Annual Leave Rights of Employees
The Turkish Labour Law has given the right for annual paid leave for workers within some certain conditions. Although, as a general practice, leave periods are determined by individual or collective labour agreements, the Turkish Labour Law has determined a minimum level for annual leave periods that vary depending on the employee’s seniority and the...
Employees’ Right to Annual Paid Leave According to the Turkish Labour Law
9May
Employees’ Right to Annual Paid Leave According to the Turkish Labour Law
Rest is a basic human right for employees. Establishing a work life balance is the key to a happy and healthy working life. Rest is important not only for the individual’s humane existence in business life, but also for the continuity of work. The productivity of a rested workforce increases and the sustainability of production...
Submission of Information and Documents to the Social Security Institution
8May
Submission of Information and Documents to the Social Security Institution
The Social Insurance and General Health Insurance Code No. 5510, which is the primary law of Turkish social insurance legislation, has brought a number of obligations to employers operating in Turkey. One of these obligations is the obligation to submit the information and documents requested by the Social Security Institution which are related to social security...
Türkiye Employers’ Burden of Social Security Premium
7May
Türkiye Employers’ Burden of Social Security Premium
The primary law of the Turkish Social Insurance Legislation is the Social Insurance and General Health Insurance Code No. 5510. In accordance with this Law, the insurance premium rates to be collected from employers operating in Türkiye who employ personnel are determined as follows: For private sector employers, disability, old-age and survivors insurance premium rate...
An Important Decision Regarding Workers from the Turkish Constitutional Court
4May
An Important Decision Regarding Workers from the Turkish Constitutional Court
The highest judicial body in the Turkish legal system is the Turkish Constitutional Court. Everyone may apply to the Constitutional Court on the grounds that any of the fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed in the Turkish Constitution and within the scope of the European Convention on Human Rights, have been violated by the public authority....
Wages for the Idle Time in the Turkish Labour Law
3May
Wages for the Idle Time in the Turkish Labour Law
The employment relationship between employee and employer may involve in disputes occationally. For solving these disputes the provisions of the Turkish Labour Law are being used. As regulated in the Turkish Labour Code No. 4817, the employer who terminates the indefinite-term employment contract of a worker with at least six months of seniority in workplaces...
On Working at Turkish National Holidays and Public Holidays
1May
On Working at Turkish National Holidays and Public Holidays
In Türkiye, national holidays and general holidays are determined by the Act No. 2429 on National Holidays and General Holidays. In this context, general holidays are as follows: Public holidays Religious holidays New Year’s Day May 1st On July 15th. Likewise, the official holidays are as follows: April 23 is National Sovereignty and Children’s Day....
Calculation of Temporary Incapacity Allowance
30Apr
Calculation of Temporary Incapacity Allowance
One of the rights granted to insured employees in the Social Insurance and General Health Insurance Code No. 5510, which is the basic law of Turkish Social Insurance Law, is “temporary incapacity allowance”. Incapacity for work is the name given to the temporary inability of an insured employee to work during a period of rest,...
Temporary Incapacity Allowance for Sick Employees
28Apr
Temporary Incapacity Allowance for Sick Employees
One of the rights granted to insured employees in the Social Insurance and General Health Insurance Code No. 5510, which is the basic law of Turkish Social Insurance Law, is “temporary incapacity allowance”. Incapacity for work is the name given to the temporary inability of an insured employee to work during a period of rest,...
Social Security Declarations of Foreigner Employees
26Apr
Social Security Declarations of Foreigner Employees
In Turkiye, foreign nationals are subject to permission to work in the country legally. The main legislative text on this subject is the International Labour Code No. 6735 dated 28.07.2016. According to the provisions of the International Labour Code No. 6735, employers who will employ foreigners to work in Turkey are required to obtain a...
Penalty for Working Without a Work Permit in Türkiye
24Apr
Penalty for Working Without a Work Permit in Türkiye
In Turkiye, foreign nationals are subject to permission to work within the country legally. The main legislative text on this subject is the International Labour Code No. 6735 dated 28.07.2016. According to the provisions of the International Labour Code No. 6735, employers who will employ foreigners to work in Turkey are required to obtain a...
Prohibition of Discrimination in Employment Relationship According to Turkish Labour Law
23Apr
Prohibition of Discrimination in Employment Relationship According to Turkish Labour Law
The Labour Code No. 4857, the primary legislation of Turkish Labour Law, alongside regulating several provisions for the protection of the employee, also contains provisions prohibiting employers from discriminating among their employees. In accordance with the Article 5 of the Labour Code No. 4857, discrimination based on language, race, color, gender, disability, political opinion, philosophical...
Implementation of the Obligation to Employ Disabled Persons in Workplaces in Turkey
22Apr
Implementation of the Obligation to Employ Disabled Persons in Workplaces in Turkey
The obligation of employers to employ disabled personnel in their workplaces is regulated in the Article 30 of the Turkish Labour Code No. 4857, which is the primer law of Turkish Labour Law. Accordingly, employers are obliged to employ three percent disabled people in private sector workplaces where they employ fifty or more workers. Employers...
Obligation to Employ Disabled and Ex-Convicts According to Turkish Labour Code
21Apr
Obligation to Employ Disabled and Ex-Convicts According to Turkish Labour Code
The obligation of employers to employ disabled and ex-convict personnel in their workplaces is regulated in the Article 30 of the Labour Code No. 4857, which is the basic law of Turkish Labor Law. Accordingly, employers who are within the scope of the Act No. 4857 are obliged to employ three percent disabled people in...

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