What are the employment types in Turkey? Is part-time working or temporary employment possible?
The Labor Law numbered 1475 that regulates the employee-employer relationship was amended and took effect in 2003 within the framework of harmonization with the EU acquis and the agreements of International Labor Organization (ILO) and according to the economical and technological developments and the arousal of new employment relationships.
The Law aims to create new employment opportunities and appropriate working conditions for employers based on the necessities of our time through preparing new employment models which bring flexibility to the working hours.
In accordance with Law, the employment models in Turkey are as follows:
1- Employment for a definite term
2- Part-time employment
3- On-call work
4- Temporary employment relationship
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