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Moldova, Republic of - Types of employment contracts


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Maximum probationary (trial) period: 6 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 60 (1) LC.
    - A probation period can be established for about 3 months.
    - For managers: up to 6 months.
    - For unqualified workers: max. 30 days.

    *Specific rules applicable to FTC: art. 61 LC
    - 15 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of 3 to 6 months.
    - 30 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of more than 6 months.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 55 LC provides an exhaustive list of situations where FTC are authorized. In any cases, FTC should only be used for the performance of work having a temporary character.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • No statutory limitation.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 60 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 54 LC: FTC cannot exceed 5 years.
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Maximum probationary (trial) period: 6 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 60 (1) LC.
    - A probation period can be established for about 3 months.
    - For managers: up to 6 months.
    - For unqualified workers: max. 30 days.

    *Specific rules applicable to FTC: art. 61 LC
    - 15 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of 3 to 6 months.
    - 30 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of more than 6 months.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 55 LC provides an exhaustive list of situations where FTC are authorized. In any cases, FTC should only be used for the performance of work having a temporary character.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • No statutory limitation.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 60 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 54 LC: FTC cannot exceed 5 years.
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Maximum probationary (trial) period: 6 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 60 (1) LC.
    - A probation period can be established for about 3 months.
    - For managers: up to 6 months.
    - For unqualified workers: max. 30 days.

    *Specific rules applicable to FTC: art. 61 LC
    - 15 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of 3 to 6 months.
    - 30 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of more than 6 months.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 55 LC provides an exhaustive list of situations where FTC are authorized. In any cases, FTC should only be used for the performance of work having a temporary character.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • No statutory limitation.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 60 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 54 LC: FTC cannot exceed 5 years.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 6 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 60 (1) LC.
    - A probation period can be established for about 3 months.
    - For managers: up to 6 months.
    - For unqualified workers: max. 15 days.

    *Specific rules applicable to FTC: art. 61 LC
    - 15 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of 3 to 6 months.
    - 30 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of more than 6 months.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 55 LC provides an exhaustive list of situations where FTC are authorized. In any cases, FTC should only be used for the performance of work having a temporary character.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • No statutory limitation.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 60 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 54 LC: FTC cannot exceed 5 years.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 6 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 60 (1) LC.
    - A probation period can be established for about 3 months.
    - For managers: up to 6 months.
    - For unqualified workers: max. 15 days.

    *Specific rules applicable to FTC: art. 61 LC
    - 15 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of 3 to 6 months.
    - 30 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of more than 6 months.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 55 LC provides an exhaustive list of situations where FTC are authorized. In any cases, FTC should only be used for the performance of work having a temporary character.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • No statutory limitation.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 60 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 54 LC: FTC cannot exceed 5 years.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 6 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 60 (1) LC.
    - A probation period can be established for about 3 months.
    - For managers: up to 6 months.
    - For unqualified workers: max. 15 days.

    *Specific rules applicable to FTC: art. 61 LC
    - 15 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of 3 to 6 months.
    - 30 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of more than 6 months.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 55 LC provides an exhaustive list of situations where FTC are authorized. In any cases, FTC should only be used for the performance of work having a temporary character.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • No statutory limitation.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 60 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 54 LC: FTC cannot exceed 5 years.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 6 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 60 (1) LC.
    - A probation period can be established for about 3 months.
    - For managers: up to 6 months.
    - For unqualified workers: max. 15 days.

    *Specific rules applicable to FTC: art. 61 LC
    - 15 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of 3 to 6 months.
    - 30 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of more than 6 months.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 55 LC provides an exhaustive list of situations where FTC are authorized. In any cases, FTC should only be used for the performance of work having a temporary character.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • No statutory limitation.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 60 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 54 LC: FTC cannot exceed 5 years.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 6 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 60 (1) LC.
    - A probation period can be established for about 3 months.
    - For managers: up to 6 months.
    - For unqualified workers: max. 15 days.

    *Specific rules applicable to FTC: art. 61 LC
    - 15 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of 3 to 6 months.
    - 30 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of more than 6 months.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 55 LC provides an exhaustive list of situations where FTC are authorized. In any cases, FTC should only be used for the performance of work having a temporary character.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • No statutory limitation.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 60 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 54 LC: FTC cannot exceed 5 years.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 6 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 60 (1) LC.
    - A probation period can be established for about 3 months.
    - For managers: up to 6 months.
    - For unqualified workers: max. 15 days.

    *Specific rules applicable to FTC: art. 61 LC
    - 15 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of 3 to 6 months.
    - 30 days max. for a contract concluded for a duration of more than 6 months.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 55 LC provides an exhaustive list of situations where FTC are authorized. In any cases, FTC should only be used for the performance of work having a temporary character.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • No statutory limitation.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 60 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 54 LC: FTC cannot exceed 5 years.