Main changes in the draft labor law
All employment agreements to be in writing
Flexible regulations for working off premises No job probation period for men with children under three and for pregnant women. Breach of non-disclosure obligations to be grounds for dismissal.
Background checks allowed, subject to applicant’s consent. The introduction of a six-month probation period for top management.
Technical surveillance to be allowed, subject to notification. Single mothers no longer protected from dismissal for poor performance. Severance pay to be based on employee’s time within a company. Remuneration for overnight work to be paid in an amount not less than 30 percent of the regular rate.
Clearer rules for suspension from work duties. Annual paid-leave entitlement to be increased from 24 to 28 calendar days
Sources: CMS Cameron Mckenna, Nobles, and Vasil Kisil & Partners