The conditions under which an employer may terminate an employee without making this payment are laid out in Article 61 of the labor code. According to the article, the employer may also end the employment relationship in the following circumstances without giving previous notice:
- If the employee makes false statements about his identity, nationality, identification documents, or educational credentials.
- When the employee causes the company to suffer a significant financial loss as a result of an error. However, the employer is required to notify the relevant department of the incident no later than the first working day after becoming aware of the error.
- For repeatedly disobeying worker and safety at work regulations in spite of warnings. The agreed regulations must also be documented in writing and displayed where everyone can see them.
- Whenever a worker violates the rules outlined in their contract of employment or the legislation regarding employment. However, after receiving the necessary warnings, this must occur more than once.
- A worker is also not eligible for the perk if they are spreading trade secrets of the employer.
- If an employee is using drugs or alcohol while at work.
- For assaulting a manager, boss, or superior at work or for professional grounds. Likewise, for repeatedly acting aggressively against colleagues despite warnings.
- If the employee misses 7 consecutive days of work without an excuse or 15 days sporadically in a year.
- As a result of a judicial punishment for offences involving honesty and integrity.