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Uzbekistan - Types of employment contracts


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Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 85 LC

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 76 LC provides that fixed-term contracts may be concluded:
      - in cases where contracts for an indefinite period cannot be concluded with regard to the nature of the work, the conditions for its implementation or the interests of the employee;
      - with the director, his/her deputies, or a chief accountant, and in the absence of the company's chief accountant - with the employee performing the functions of the chief accountant;
      - in other cases as stipulated by law.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 5 year(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 75 LC provides that the employment contract may be concluded:
      - for an indefinite period;
      - for a specified period not exceeding five years;
      - for the duration of a specific job.
      If an employment contract does not stipulate the validity period, it is presumed that the contract is concluded for an indefinite period. (Art. 75 LC)
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Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 85 LC

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 76 LC states that the fixed-term contracts may be concluded:
      *in cases where contracts for an indefinite period cannot be concluded with regard to the nature of the work, the conditions for its implementation or the interests of the employee;
      *with the director, his/hers deputies, or a chief accountant, and in the absence of the company's chief accountant - with the employee performing the functions of the chief accountant
      *in other cases stipulated by law.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 5 year(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 75 LC states that the employment contract may be concluded:
      *for an indefinite period;
      *for a specified period not exceeding five years;
      *for the duration of a specific job.

      If an employment contract does not stipulate the validity period, the contract is concluded for an indefinite period. (Art. 75 LC)
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Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 85 LC

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 76 LC states that the fixed-term contracts may be concluded:
      *in cases where contracts for an indefinite period cannot be concluded with regard to the nature of the work, the conditions for its implementation or the interests of the employee;
      *with the director, his/hers deputies, or a chief accountant, and in the absence of the company's chief accountant - with the employee performing the functions of the chief accountant
      *in other cases stipulated by law.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 5 year(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 75 LC states that the employment contract may be concluded:
      *for an indefinite period;
      *for a specified period not exceeding five years;
      *for the duration of a specific job.

      If an employment contract does not stipulate the validity period, the contract is concluded for an indefinite period. (Art. 75 LC)
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Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 85 LC

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 76 LC states that the fixed-term contracts may be concluded:
      *in cases where contracts for an indefinite period cannot be concluded with regard to the nature of the work, the conditions for its implementation or the interests of the employee;
      *with the director, his/hers deputies, or a chief accountant, and in the absence of the company's chief accountant - with the employee performing the functions of the chief accountant
      *in other cases stipulated by law.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 5 year(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 75 LC states that the employment contract may be concluded:
      *for an indefinite period;
      *for a specified period not exceeding five years;
      *for the duration of a specific job.

      If an employment contract does not stipulate the validity period, the contract is concluded for an indefinite period. (Art. 75 LC)
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Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 85 LC

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 76 LC states that the fixed-term contracts may be concluded:
      *in cases where contracts for an indefinite period cannot be concluded with regard to the nature of the work, the conditions for its implementation or the interests of the employee;
      *with the director, his/hers deputies, or a chief accountant, and in the absence of the company's chief accountant - with the employee performing the functions of the chief accountant
      *in other cases stipulated by law.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 5 year(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 75 LC states that the employment contract may be concluded:
      *for an indefinite period;
      *for a specified period not exceeding five years;
      *for the duration of a specific job.

      If an employment contract does not stipulate the validity period, the contract is concluded for an indefinite period. (Art. 75 LC)
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Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 85 LC

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 76 LC states that the fixed-term contracts may be concluded:
      *in cases where contracts for an indefinite period cannot be concluded with regard to the nature of the work, the conditions for its implementation or the interests of the employee;
      *with the director, his/hers deputies, or a chief accountant, and in the absence of the company's chief accountant - with the employee performing the functions of the chief accountant
      *in other cases stipulated by law.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 5 year(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 75 LC states that the employment contract may be concluded:
      *for an indefinite period;
      *for a specified period not exceeding five years;
      *for the duration of a specific job.

      If an employment contract does not stipulate the validity period, the contract is concluded for an indefinite period. (Art. 75 LC)
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Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 85 LC

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 76 LC states that the fixed-term contracts may be concluded:
      *in cases where contracts for an indefinite period cannot be concluded with regard to the nature of the work, the conditions for its implementation or the interests of the employee;
      *with the director, his/hers deputies, or a chief accountant, and in the absence of the company's chief accountant - with the employee performing the functions of the chief accountant
      *in other cases stipulated by law.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 5 year(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 75 LC states that the employment contract may be concluded:
      *for an indefinite period;
      *for a specified period not exceeding five years;
      *for the duration of a specific job.

      If an employment contract does not stipulate the validity period, the contract is concluded for an indefinite period. (Art. 75 LC)
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 85 LC

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: objective and material reasons
    Remarks:
    • Art. 76 LC states that the fixed-term contracts may be concluded:
      *in cases where contracts for an indefinite period cannot be concluded with regard to the nature of the work, the conditions for its implementation or the interests of the employee;
      *with the director, his/hers deputies, or a chief accountant, and in the absence of the company's chief accountant - with the employee performing the functions of the chief accountant
      *in other cases stipulated by law.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 5 year(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art. 75 LC states that the employment contract may be concluded:
      *for an indefinite period;
      *for a specified period not exceeding five years;
      *for the duration of a specific job.

      If an employment contract does not stipulate the validity period, the contract is concluded for an indefinite period. (Art. 75 LC)