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Employment Agreement Cyprus

Employers who wish to make collective redundancies are required to consult with workers` representatives in a timely manner to reach an agreement. The employer informs the Minister of Labour and Social Security, as soon as possible, in writing of the planned collective redundancies. The planned collective redundancies, notified to the Minister of Labour, are valid only after the 30-day period from the date of issuance of this notification has expired. Employers are not required to pay wages to workers on maternity leave. An insured, employed or self-employed woman, as well as a woman who works abroad in the service of a Cypriot employer and who is self-insured, are entitled to a maternity allowance paid by social security, provided she meets certain conditions relating to her contributions to the fund. The Maternity Protection Act also guarantees that pregnant workers are entitled to leave without loss of pay to participate in antenatal examinations. The dismissal of a pregnant worker is prohibited (with very limited exceptions) after notification of a pregnancy up to five months after the expiry of maternity leave. Finally, the non-extension of a pregnant worker`s employment contract should not be about pregnancy. Under the Stop Work Act, the minimum legal notice period varies from one to eight weeks depending on the length of the worker`s permanent employment. For service contracts, Cypriot contract law is generally activated, but employment contracts are subject to provisions such as the trial period or termination. The IDT is the sole jurisdiction to adjudicate all disputes arising from the application of the termination of the employment relationship law.

A staff member`s right to file a complaint in district court, please refer to question 6.7 above. There is no mandatory retirement age. However, under the Stop Work Act, a worker is not entitled to severance or termination pay if he reaches retirement age (65 years) before the termination date of the employment relationship.

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Employment Agreement Cyprus

Employers who wish to make collective redundancies are required to consult with workers` representatives in a timely manner to reach an agreement. The employer informs the Minister of Labour and Social Security, as soon as possible, in writing of the planned collective redundancies. The planned collective redundancies, notified to the Minister of Labour, are valid only after the 30-day period from the date of issuance of this notification has expired. Employers are not required to pay wages to workers on maternity leave. An insured, employed or self-employed woman, as well as a woman who works abroad in the service of a Cypriot employer and who is self-insured, are entitled to a maternity allowance paid by social security, provided she meets certain conditions relating to her contributions to the fund. The Maternity Protection Act also guarantees that pregnant workers are entitled to leave without loss of pay to participate in antenatal examinations. The dismissal of a pregnant worker is prohibited (with very limited exceptions) after notification of a pregnancy up to five months after the expiry of maternity leave. Finally, the non-extension of a pregnant worker`s employment contract should not be about pregnancy. Under the Stop Work Act, the minimum legal notice period varies from one to eight weeks depending on the length of the worker`s permanent employment. For service contracts, Cypriot contract law is generally activated, but employment contracts are subject to provisions such as the trial period or termination. The IDT is the sole jurisdiction to adjudicate all disputes arising from the application of the termination of the employment relationship law.

A staff member`s right to file a complaint in district court, please refer to question 6.7 above. There is no mandatory retirement age. However, under the Stop Work Act, a worker is not entitled to severance or termination pay if he reaches retirement age (65 years) before the termination date of the employment relationship.