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Singapore - Procedural requirements for individual dismissals


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Notification to the worker to be dismissed: written

Remarks:
  • Sec. 10 (5) EA.

Notice period:
Remarks:
  • Notice periods are governed by the terms of the contract (sec. 10 (2) EA), and it is only in the absence of such a stipulation that the statutory notice periods apply.
    Sec. 10 (3) EA establishes statutory minimum notice periods as follows:
    - one day for less than 26 weeks' service;
    - one week for 26 weeks to less than two years' service;
    - two weeks for two to less than five years' service;
    - four weeks for five or more years' service.
    ______________________
    Notice of termination of contract
    10.—(1) Either party to a contract of service may at any time give to the other party notice of his intention to terminate the contract of service.
    (2) The length of such notice shall be the same for both employer and employee and shall be determined by any provision made for the notice in the terms of the contract of service, or, in the absence of such provision, shall be in accordance with subsection (3).
    (3) The notice to terminate the service of a person who is employed under a contract of service shall be not less than — (a) one day’s notice if he has been so employed for less than 26 weeks; (b) one week’s notice if he has been so employed for 26 weeks or more but less than 2 years; (c) 2 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 2 years or more but less than 5 years; and (d) 4 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 5 years or more.
    (4) This section shall not be taken to prevent either party from waiving his right to notice on any occasion.
    (5) Such notice shall be written and may be given at any time, and the day on which the notice is given shall be included in the period of the notice.

    Dismissal
    14 EA.—(1) An employer may after due inquiry dismiss without notice an employee employed by him on the grounds of misconduct inconsistent with the fulfilment of the express or implied conditions of his service except that instead of dismissing an employee an employer may —
    (a) instantly down-grade the employee; or
    (b) instantly suspend him from work without payment of salary for a period not exceeding one week.
    (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), where a relevant employee considers that he has been dismissed without just cause or excuse
    his employer, he may, within one month of the dismissal, make representations in writing to the Minister to be reinstated in his former employment.
    (2A) For the purposes of subsection (2), a relevant employee means —
    (a) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive position —
    (i) who is dismissed with notice; or
    (ii) who is dismissed without notice but receives payment of any salary in lieu of notice, after having served that employer for at least 12 months in any position (whether or not a managerial or an executive position);
    (b) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive position who is dismissed without notice and without salary in lieu of such notice; or
    (c) an employee not employed in a managerial or an executive position.
    (3) The Minister may, before making a decision on any such representations, by writing under his hand request the
    commissioner to inquire into the dismissal and report whether in his opinion the dismissal is without just cause or excuse.
    (4) If, after considering the report made by the Commissioner under subsection (3), the Minister is satisfied that the employee has been dismissed without just cause or excuse, he may, notwithstanding any rule of law or agreement to the contrary —
    (a) direct the employer to reinstate the employee in his former employment and to pay the employee an amount that is equivalent to the wages that the employee would have earned
    had he not been dismissed by the employer; or (b) direct the employer to pay such amount of wages as compensation as may be determined by the Minister, and the employer shall comply with the direction of the Minister. (...)
    • tenure ≥ 6 months
      • 1 week(s).
    • tenure ≥ 9 months
      • 1 week(s).
    • tenure ≥ 2 years
      • 2 week(s).
    • tenure ≥ 4 years
      • 2 week(s).
    • tenure ≥ 5 years
      • 4 week(s).
    • tenure ≥ 10 years
      • 4 week(s).
    • tenure ≥ 20 years
      • 4 week(s).

    Pay in lieu of notice: Yes

    Remarks:
    • Sec. 11 (1) EA.

    Notification to the public administration: No

    Notification to workers' representatives: No

    Approval by public administration or judicial bodies: No

    Approval by workers' representatives: No

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    Notification to the worker to be dismissed: written

    Remarks:
    • Sec. 10 (5) EA.

    Notice period:
    Remarks:
    • Notice periods are governed by the terms of the contract (sec. 10 (2) EA), and it is only in the absence of such a stipulation that the statutory notice periods apply.
      Sec. 10 (3) EA establishes statutory minimum notice periods as follows:
      - one day for less than 26 weeks' service;
      - one week for 26 weeks to less than two years' service;
      - two weeks for two to less than five years' service;
      - four weeks for five or more years' service.
      ______________________
      Notice of termination of contract
      10.—(1) Either party to a contract of service may at any time give to the other party notice of his intention to terminate the contract of service.
      (2) The length of such notice shall be the same for both employer and employee and shall be determined by any provision made for the notice in the terms of the contract of service, or, in the absence of such provision, shall be in accordance with subsection (3).
      (3) The notice to terminate the service of a person who is employed under a contract of service shall be not less than — (a) one day’s notice if he has been so employed for less than 26 weeks; (b) one week’s notice if he has been so employed for 26 weeks or more but less than 2 years; (c) 2 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 2 years or more but less than 5 years; and (d) 4 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 5 years or more.
      (4) This section shall not be taken to prevent either party from waiving his right to notice on any occasion.
      (5) Such notice shall be written and may be given at any time, and the day on which the notice is given shall be included in the period of the notice.

      Dismissal
      14 EA.—(1) An employer may after due inquiry dismiss without notice an employee employed by him on the grounds of misconduct inconsistent with the fulfilment of the express or implied conditions of his service except that instead of dismissing an employee an employer may —
      (a) instantly down-grade the employee; or
      (b) instantly suspend him from work without payment of salary for a period not exceeding one week.
      (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), where a relevant employee considers that he has been dismissed without just cause or excuse
      his employer, he may, within one month of the dismissal, make representations in writing to the Minister to be reinstated in his former employment.
      (2A) For the purposes of subsection (2), a relevant employee
      means —
      (a) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive position —
      (i) who is dismissed with notice; or
      (ii) who is dismissed without notice but receives payment of any salary in lieu of notice, after having served that employer for at least 12 months in any position (whether or not a managerial or an executive position);
      (b) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive
      position who is dismissed without notice and without salary in lieu of such notice; or
      (c) an employee not employed in a managerial or an executive position.
      (3) The Minister may, before making a decision on any such representations, by writing under his hand request the
      commissioner to inquire into the dismissal and report whether in his opinion the dismissal is without just cause or excuse.
      (4) If, after considering the report made by the Commissioner under subsection (3), the Minister is satisfied that the employee has been dismissed without just cause or excuse, he may, notwithstanding any rule of law or agreement to the contrary —
      (a) direct the employer to reinstate the employee in his former employment and to pay the employee an amount that is equivalent to the wages that the employee would have earned
      had he not been dismissed by the employer; or (b) direct the employer to pay such amount of wages as compensation as may be determined by the Minister, and the employer shall comply with the direction of the Minister. (...)
      • tenure ≥ 6 months
        • 1 week(s).
      • tenure ≥ 9 months
        • 1 week(s).
      • tenure ≥ 2 years
        • 2 week(s).
      • tenure ≥ 4 years
        • 2 week(s).
      • tenure ≥ 5 years
        • 4 week(s).
      • tenure ≥ 10 years
        • 4 week(s).
      • tenure ≥ 20 years
        • 4 week(s).

      Pay in lieu of notice: Yes

      Remarks:
      • Sec. 11 (1) EA.

      Notification to the public administration: No

      Notification to workers' representatives: No

      Approval by public administration or judicial bodies: No

      Approval by workers' representatives: No

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      Notification to the worker to be dismissed: written

      Remarks:
      • Sec. 10 (5) EA.

      Notice period:
      Remarks:
      • Notice periods are governed by the terms of the contract (sec. 10 (2) EA), and it is only in the absence of such a stipulation that the statutory notice periods apply.
        Sec. 10 (3) EA establishes statutory minimum notice periods as follows:
        - one day for less than 26 weeks' service;
        - one week for 26 weeks to less than two years' service;
        - two weeks for two to less than five years' service;
        - four weeks for five or more years' service.
        ______________________
        Notice of termination of contract
        10.—(1) Either party to a contract of service may at any time give to the other party notice of his intention to terminate the contract of service.
        (2) The length of such notice shall be the same for both employer and employee and shall be determined by any provision made for the notice in the terms of the contract of service, or, in the absence of such provision, shall be in accordance with subsection (3).
        (3) The notice to terminate the service of a person who is employed under a contract of service shall be not less than — (a) one day’s notice if he has been so employed for less than 26 weeks; (b) one week’s notice if he has been so employed for 26 weeks or more but less than 2 years; (c) 2 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 2 years or more but less than 5 years; and (d) 4 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 5 years or more.
        (4) This section shall not be taken to prevent either party from waiving his right to notice on any occasion.
        (5) Such notice shall be written and may be given at any time, and the day on which the notice is given shall be included in the period of the notice.

        Dismissal
        14 EA.—(1) An employer may after due inquiry dismiss without notice an employee employed by him on the grounds of misconduct inconsistent with the fulfilment of the express or implied conditions of his service except that instead of dismissing an employee an employer may —
        (a) instantly down-grade the employee; or
        (b) instantly suspend him from work without payment of salary for a period not exceeding one week.
        (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), where a relevant employee considers that he has been dismissed without just cause or excuse
        his employer, he may, within one month of the dismissal, make representations in writing to the Minister to be reinstated in his former employment.
        (2A) For the purposes of subsection (2), a relevant employee
        means —
        (a) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive position —
        (i) who is dismissed with notice; or
        (ii) who is dismissed without notice but receives payment of any salary in lieu of notice, after having served that employer for at least 12 months in any position (whether or not a managerial or an executive position);
        (b) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive
        position who is dismissed without notice and without salary in lieu of such notice; or
        (c) an employee not employed in a managerial or an executive position.
        (3) The Minister may, before making a decision on any such representations, by writing under his hand request the
        commissioner to inquire into the dismissal and report whether in his opinion the dismissal is without just cause or excuse.
        (4) If, after considering the report made by the Commissioner under subsection (3), the Minister is satisfied that the employee has been dismissed without just cause or excuse, he may, notwithstanding any rule of law or agreement to the contrary —
        (a) direct the employer to reinstate the employee in his former employment and to pay the employee an amount that is equivalent to the wages that the employee would have earned
        had he not been dismissed by the employer; or (b) direct the employer to pay such amount of wages as compensation as may be determined by the Minister, and the employer shall comply with the direction of the Minister. (...)
        • tenure ≥ 6 months
          • 1 week(s).
        • tenure ≥ 9 months
          • 1 week(s).
        • tenure ≥ 2 years
          • 2 week(s).
        • tenure ≥ 4 years
          • 2 week(s).
        • tenure ≥ 5 years
          • 4 week(s).
        • tenure ≥ 10 years
          • 4 week(s).
        • tenure ≥ 20 years
          • 4 week(s).

        Pay in lieu of notice: Yes

        Remarks:
        • Sec. 11 (1) EA.

        Notification to the public administration: No

        Notification to workers' representatives: No

        Approval by public administration or judicial bodies: No

        Approval by workers' representatives: No

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        Notification to the worker to be dismissed: written

        Remarks:
        • Sec. 10 (5) EA.

        Notice period:
        Remarks:
        • Notice periods are governed by the terms of the contract (sec. 10 (2) EA), and it is only in the absence of such a stipulation that the statutory notice periods apply.
          Sec. 10 (3) EA establishes statutory minimum notice periods as follows:
          - one day for less than 26 weeks' service;
          - one week for 26 weeks to less than two years' service;
          - two weeks for two to less than five years' service;
          - four weeks for five or more years' service.
          ______________________
          Notice of termination of contract
          10.—(1) Either party to a contract of service may at any time give to the other party notice of his intention to terminate the contract of service.
          (2) The length of such notice shall be the same for both employer and employee and shall be determined by any provision made for the notice in the terms of the contract of service, or, in the absence of such provision, shall be in accordance with subsection (3).
          (3) The notice to terminate the service of a person who is employed under a contract of service shall be not less than — (a) one day’s notice if he has been so employed for less than 26 weeks; (b) one week’s notice if he has been so employed for 26 weeks or more but less than 2 years; (c) 2 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 2 years or more but less than 5 years; and (d) 4 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 5 years or more.
          (4) This section shall not be taken to prevent either party from waiving his right to notice on any occasion.
          (5) Such notice shall be written and may be given at any time, and the day on which the notice is given shall be included in the period of the notice.

          Dismissal
          14 EA.—(1) An employer may after due inquiry dismiss without notice an employee employed by him on the grounds of misconduct inconsistent with the fulfilment of the express or implied conditions of his service except that instead of dismissing an employee an employer may —
          (a) instantly down-grade the employee; or
          (b) instantly suspend him from work without payment of salary for a period not exceeding one week.
          (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), where a relevant employee considers that he has been dismissed without just cause or excuse
          his employer, he may, within one month of the dismissal, make representations in writing to the Minister to be reinstated in his former employment.
          (2A) For the purposes of subsection (2), a relevant employee
          means —
          (a) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive position —
          (i) who is dismissed with notice; or
          (ii) who is dismissed without notice but receives payment of any salary in lieu of notice, after having served that employer for at least 12 months in any position (whether or not a managerial or an executive position);
          (b) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive
          position who is dismissed without notice and without salary in lieu of such notice; or
          (c) an employee not employed in a managerial or an executive position.
          (3) The Minister may, before making a decision on any such representations, by writing under his hand request the
          commissioner to inquire into the dismissal and report whether in his opinion the dismissal is without just cause or excuse.
          (4) If, after considering the report made by the Commissioner under subsection (3), the Minister is satisfied that the employee has been dismissed without just cause or excuse, he may, notwithstanding any rule of law or agreement to the contrary —
          (a) direct the employer to reinstate the employee in his former employment and to pay the employee an amount that is equivalent to the wages that the employee would have earned
          had he not been dismissed by the employer; or (b) direct the employer to pay such amount of wages as compensation as may be determined by the Minister, and the employer shall comply with the direction of the Minister. (...)
          • tenure ≥ 6 months
            • 1 week(s).
          • tenure ≥ 9 months
            • 1 week(s).
          • tenure ≥ 2 years
            • 2 week(s).
          • tenure ≥ 4 years
            • 2 week(s).
          • tenure ≥ 5 years
            • 4 week(s).
          • tenure ≥ 10 years
            • 4 week(s).
          • tenure ≥ 20 years
            • 4 week(s).

          Pay in lieu of notice: Yes

          Remarks:
          • Sec. 11 (1) EA.

          Notification to the public administration: No

          Notification to workers' representatives: No

          Approval by public administration or judicial bodies: No

          Approval by workers' representatives: No

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          Notification to the worker to be dismissed: written

          Remarks:
          • Sec. 10 (5) EA.

          Notice period:
          Remarks:
          • Notice periods are governed by the terms of the contract (sec. 10 (2) EA), and it is only in the absence of such a stipulation that the statutory notice periods apply.
            Sec. 10 (3) EA establishes statutory minimum notice periods as follows:
            - one day for less than 26 weeks' service;
            - one week for 26 weeks to less than two years' service;
            - two weeks for two to less than five years' service;
            - four weeks for five or more years' service.
            ______________________
            Notice of termination of contract
            10.—(1) Either party to a contract of service may at any time give to the other party notice of his intention to terminate the contract of service.
            (2) The length of such notice shall be the same for both employer and employee and shall be determined by any provision made for the notice in the terms of the contract of service, or, in the absence of such provision, shall be in accordance with subsection (3).
            (3) The notice to terminate the service of a person who is employed under a contract of service shall be not less than — (a) one day’s notice if he has been so employed for less than 26 weeks; (b) one week’s notice if he has been so employed for 26 weeks or more but less than 2 years; (c) 2 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 2 years or more but less than 5 years; and (d) 4 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 5 years or more.
            (4) This section shall not be taken to prevent either party from waiving his right to notice on any occasion.
            (5) Such notice shall be written and may be given at any time, and the day on which the notice is given shall be included in the period of the notice.

            Dismissal
            14 EA.—(1) An employer may after due inquiry dismiss without notice an employee employed by him on the grounds of misconduct inconsistent with the fulfilment of the express or implied conditions of his service except that instead of dismissing an employee an employer may —
            (a) instantly down-grade the employee; or
            (b) instantly suspend him from work without payment of salary for a period not exceeding one week.
            (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), where a relevant employee considers that he has been dismissed without just cause or excuse
            his employer, he may, within one month of the dismissal, make representations in writing to the Minister to be reinstated in his former employment.
            (2A) For the purposes of subsection (2), a relevant employee
            means —
            (a) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive position —
            (i) who is dismissed with notice; or
            (ii) who is dismissed without notice but receives payment of any salary in lieu of notice, after having served that employer for at least 12 months in any position (whether or not a managerial or an executive position);
            (b) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive
            position who is dismissed without notice and without salary in lieu of such notice; or
            (c) an employee not employed in a managerial or an executive position.
            (3) The Minister may, before making a decision on any such representations, by writing under his hand request the
            commissioner to inquire into the dismissal and report whether in his opinion the dismissal is without just cause or excuse.
            (4) If, after considering the report made by the Commissioner under subsection (3), the Minister is satisfied that the employee has been dismissed without just cause or excuse, he may, notwithstanding any rule of law or agreement to the contrary —
            (a) direct the employer to reinstate the employee in his former employment and to pay the employee an amount that is equivalent to the wages that the employee would have earned
            had he not been dismissed by the employer; or (b) direct the employer to pay such amount of wages as compensation as may be determined by the Minister, and the employer shall comply with the direction of the Minister. (...)
            • tenure ≥ 6 months
              • 1 week(s).
            • tenure ≥ 9 months
              • 1 week(s).
            • tenure ≥ 2 years
              • 2 week(s).
            • tenure ≥ 4 years
              • 2 week(s).
            • tenure ≥ 5 years
              • 4 week(s).
            • tenure ≥ 10 years
              • 4 week(s).
            • tenure ≥ 20 years
              • 4 week(s).

            Pay in lieu of notice: Yes

            Remarks:
            • Sec. 11 (1) EA.

            Notification to the public administration: No

            Notification to workers' representatives: No

            Approval by public administration or judicial bodies: No

            Approval by workers' representatives: No

            + show references

            Notification to the worker to be dismissed: written

            Remarks:
            • Sec. 10 (5) EA.

            Notice period:
            Remarks:
            • Notice periods are governed by the terms of the contract (sec. 10 (2) EA), and it is only in the absence of such a stipulation that the statutory notice periods apply.
              Sec. 10 (3) EA establishes statutory minimum notice periods as follows:
              - one day for less than 26 weeks' service;
              - one week for 26 weeks to less than two years' service;
              - two weeks for two to less than five years' service;
              - four weeks for five or more years' service.
              ______________________
              Notice of termination of contract
              10.—(1) Either party to a contract of service may at any time give to the other party notice of his intention to terminate the contract of service.
              (2) The length of such notice shall be the same for both employer and employee and shall be determined by any provision made for the notice in the terms of the contract of service, or, in the absence of such provision, shall be in accordance with subsection (3).
              (3) The notice to terminate the service of a person who is employed under a contract of service shall be not less than — (a) one day’s notice if he has been so employed for less than 26 weeks; (b) one week’s notice if he has been so employed for 26 weeks or more but less than 2 years; (c) 2 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 2 years or more but less than 5 years; and (d) 4 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 5 years or more.
              (4) This section shall not be taken to prevent either party from waiving his right to notice on any occasion.
              (5) Such notice shall be written and may be given at any time, and the day on which the notice is given shall be included in the period of the notice.

              Dismissal
              14 EA.—(1) An employer may after due inquiry dismiss without notice an employee employed by him on the grounds of misconduct inconsistent with the fulfilment of the express or implied conditions of his service except that instead of dismissing an employee an employer may —
              (a) instantly down-grade the employee; or
              (b) instantly suspend him from work without payment of salary for a period not exceeding one week.
              (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), where a relevant employee considers that he has been dismissed without just cause or excuse
              his employer, he may, within one month of the dismissal, make representations in writing to the Minister to be reinstated in his former employment.
              (2A) For the purposes of subsection (2), a relevant employee
              means —
              (a) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive position —
              (i) who is dismissed with notice; or
              (ii) who is dismissed without notice but receives payment of any salary in lieu of notice, after having served that employer for at least 12 months in any position (whether or not a managerial or an executive position);
              (b) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive
              position who is dismissed without notice and without salary in lieu of such notice; or
              (c) an employee not employed in a managerial or an executive position.
              (3) The Minister may, before making a decision on any such representations, by writing under his hand request the
              commissioner to inquire into the dismissal and report whether in his opinion the dismissal is without just cause or excuse.
              (4) If, after considering the report made by the Commissioner under subsection (3), the Minister is satisfied that the employee has been dismissed without just cause or excuse, he may, notwithstanding any rule of law or agreement to the contrary —
              (a) direct the employer to reinstate the employee in his former employment and to pay the employee an amount that is equivalent to the wages that the employee would have earned
              had he not been dismissed by the employer; or (b) direct the employer to pay such amount of wages as compensation as may be determined by the Minister, and the employer shall comply with the direction of the Minister. (...)
              • tenure ≥ 6 months
                • 1 week(s).
              • tenure ≥ 9 months
                • 1 week(s).
              • tenure ≥ 2 years
                • 2 week(s).
              • tenure ≥ 4 years
                • 2 week(s).
              • tenure ≥ 5 years
                • 4 week(s).
              • tenure ≥ 10 years
                • 4 week(s).
              • tenure ≥ 20 years
                • 4 week(s).

              Pay in lieu of notice: Yes

              Remarks:
              • Sec. 11 (1) EA.

              Notification to the public administration: No

              Notification to workers' representatives: No

              Approval by public administration or judicial bodies: No

              Approval by workers' representatives: No

              + show references

              Notification to the worker to be dismissed: written

              Remarks:
              • Sec. 10 (5) EA.

              Notice period:
              Remarks:
              • Notice periods are governed by the terms of the contract (sec. 10 (2) EA), and it is only in the absence of such a stipulation that the statutory notice periods apply.
                Sec. 10 (3) EA establishes statutory minimum notice periods as follows:
                - one day for less than 26 weeks' service;
                - one week for 26 weeks to less than two years' service;
                - two weeks for two to less than five years' service;
                - four weeks for five or more years' service.
                ______________________
                Notice of termination of contract
                10.—(1) Either party to a contract of service may at any time give to the other party notice of his intention to terminate the contract of service.
                (2) The length of such notice shall be the same for both employer and employee and shall be determined by any provision made for the notice in the terms of the contract of service, or, in the absence of such provision, shall be in accordance with subsection (3).
                (3) The notice to terminate the service of a person who is employed under a contract of service shall be not less than — (a) one day’s notice if he has been so employed for less than 26 weeks; (b) one week’s notice if he has been so employed for 26 weeks or more but less than 2 years; (c) 2 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 2 years or more but less than 5 years; and (d) 4 weeks’ notice if he has been so employed for 5 years or more.
                (4) This section shall not be taken to prevent either party from waiving his right to notice on any occasion.
                (5) Such notice shall be written and may be given at any time, and the day on which the notice is given shall be included in the period of the notice.

                Dismissal
                14 EA.—(1) An employer may after due inquiry dismiss without notice an employee employed by him on the grounds of misconduct inconsistent with the fulfilment of the express or implied conditions of his service except that instead of dismissing an employee an employer may —
                (a) instantly down-grade the employee; or
                (b) instantly suspend him from work without payment of salary for a period not exceeding one week.
                (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), where a relevant employee considers that he has been dismissed without just cause or excuse
                his employer, he may, within one month of the dismissal, make representations in writing to the Minister to be reinstated in his former employment.
                (2A) For the purposes of subsection (2), a relevant employee
                means —
                (a) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive position —
                (i) who is dismissed with notice; or
                (ii) who is dismissed without notice but receives payment of any salary in lieu of notice, after having served that employer for at least 12 months in any position (whether or not a managerial or an executive position);
                (b) an employee employed in a managerial or an executive
                position who is dismissed without notice and without salary in lieu of such notice; or
                (c) an employee not employed in a managerial or an executive position.
                (3) The Minister may, before making a decision on any such representations, by writing under his hand request the
                commissioner to inquire into the dismissal and report whether in his opinion the dismissal is without just cause or excuse.
                (4) If, after considering the report made by the Commissioner under subsection (3), the Minister is satisfied that the employee has been dismissed without just cause or excuse, he may, notwithstanding any rule of law or agreement to the contrary —
                (a) direct the employer to reinstate the employee in his former employment and to pay the employee an amount that is equivalent to the wages that the employee would have earned
                had he not been dismissed by the employer; or (b) direct the employer to pay such amount of wages as compensation as may be determined by the Minister, and the employer shall comply with the direction of the Minister. (...)
                • tenure ≥ 6 months
                  • 1 week(s).
                • tenure ≥ 9 months
                  • 1 week(s).
                • tenure ≥ 2 years
                  • 2 week(s).
                • tenure ≥ 4 years
                  • 2 week(s).
                • tenure ≥ 5 years
                  • 4 week(s).
                • tenure ≥ 10 years
                  • 4 week(s).
                • tenure ≥ 20 years
                  • 4 week(s).

                Pay in lieu of notice: Yes

                Remarks:
                • Sec. 11 (1) EA.

                Notification to the public administration: No

                Notification to workers' representatives: No

                Approval by public administration or judicial bodies: No

                Approval by workers' representatives: No

                + show references

                Notification to the worker to be dismissed: written

                Remarks:
                • Sec. 10 (5) EA.

                Notice period:
                Remarks:
                • Notice periods are governed by the terms of the contract (sec. 10 (2) EA), and it is only in the absence of such a stipulation that the statutory notice periods apply.
                  Sec. 10 (3) EA establishes statutory minimum notice periods as follows:
                  - one day for less than 26 weeks' service;
                  - one week for 26 weeks to less than two years' service;
                  - two weeks for two to less than five years' service;
                  - four weeks for five or more years' service.

                  • tenure ≥ 6 months
                    • 1 week(s).
                  • tenure ≥ 9 months
                    • 1 week(s).
                  • tenure ≥ 2 years
                    • 2 week(s).
                  • tenure ≥ 4 years
                    • 2 week(s).
                  • tenure ≥ 5 years
                    • 4 week(s).
                  • tenure ≥ 10 years
                    • 4 week(s).
                  • tenure ≥ 20 years
                    • 4 week(s).

                  Pay in lieu of notice: Yes

                  Remarks:
                  • Sec. 11 (1) EA.

                  Notification to the public administration: No

                  Notification to workers' representatives: No

                  Approval by public administration or judicial bodies: No

                  Approval by workers' representatives: No

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                  Notification to the worker to be dismissed: written

                  Remarks:
                  • Sec. 10 (5) EA.

                  Notice period:
                  Remarks:
                  • Notice periods are governed by the terms of the contract (sec. 10 (2) EA), and it is only in the absence of such a stipulation that the statutory notice periods apply.
                    Sec. 10 (3) EA establishes statutory minimum notice periods as follows:
                    - one day for less than 26 weeks' service;
                    - one week for 26 weeks to less than two years' service;
                    - two weeks for two to less than five years' service;
                    - four weeks for five or more years' service.

                    • tenure ≥ 6 months
                      • 1 week(s).
                    • tenure ≥ 9 months
                      • 1 week(s).
                    • tenure ≥ 2 years
                      • 2 week(s).
                    • tenure ≥ 4 years
                      • 2 week(s).
                    • tenure ≥ 5 years
                      • 4 week(s).
                    • tenure ≥ 10 years
                      • 4 week(s).
                    • tenure ≥ 20 years
                      • 4 week(s).

                    Pay in lieu of notice: Yes

                    Remarks:
                    • Sec. 11 (1) EA.

                    Notification to the public administration: No

                    Notification to workers' representatives: No

                    Approval by public administration or judicial bodies: No

                    Approval by workers' representatives: No

                    + show references

                    Notification to the worker to be dismissed: written

                    Remarks:
                    • Sec. 10 (5) EA.

                    Notice period:
                    Remarks:
                    • Notice periods are governed by the terms of the contract (sec. 10 (2) EA), and it is only in the absence of such a stipulation that the statutory notice periods apply.
                      Sec. 10 (3) EA establishes statutory minimum notice periods as follows:
                      - one day for less than 26 weeks' service;
                      - one week for 26 weeks to less than two years' service;
                      - two weeks for two to less than five years' service;
                      - four weeks for five or more years' service.

                      • tenure ≥ 6 months
                        • 1 week(s).
                      • tenure ≥ 9 months
                        • 1 week(s).
                      • tenure ≥ 2 years
                        • 2 week(s).
                      • tenure ≥ 4 years
                        • 2 week(s).
                      • tenure ≥ 5 years
                        • 4 week(s).
                      • tenure ≥ 10 years
                        • 4 week(s).
                      • tenure ≥ 20 years
                        • 4 week(s).

                      Pay in lieu of notice: Yes

                      Remarks:
                      • Sec. 11 (1) EA.

                      Notification to the public administration: No

                      Notification to workers' representatives: No

                      Approval by public administration or judicial bodies: No

                      Approval by workers' representatives: No

                      + show references

                      Notification to the worker to be dismissed: written

                      Remarks:
                      • Sec. 10 (5) EA.

                      Notice period:
                      Remarks:
                      • Notice periods are governed by the terms of the contract (sec. 10 (2) EA), and it is only in the absence of such a stipulation that the statutory notice periods apply.
                        Sec. 10 (3) EA establishes statutory minimum notice periods as follows:
                        - one day for less than 26 weeks¿ service;
                        - one week for 26 weeks to less than two years¿ service;
                        - two weeks for two to less than five years¿ service;
                        - four weeks for five or more years¿ service.

                        • tenure ≥ 6 months
                          • 1 week(s).
                        • tenure ≥ 9 months
                          • 1 week(s).
                        • tenure ≥ 2 years
                          • 2 week(s).
                        • tenure ≥ 4 years
                          • 2 week(s).
                        • tenure ≥ 5 years
                          • 4 week(s).
                        • tenure ≥ 10 years
                          • 4 week(s).
                        • tenure ≥ 20 years
                          • 4 week(s).

                        Pay in lieu of notice: Yes

                        Remarks:
                        • Sec. 11 (1) EA.

                        Notification to the public administration: No

                        Notification to workers' representatives: No

                        Approval by public administration or judicial bodies: No

                        Approval by workers' representatives: No