Enforcing withholding after employment can be extremely complex – and costly! Matthew Robinson gives tips to help members through the process and maximize their chances of success. A similar definition of employment contracts can be found in the Labour Code of the Republic of Lithuania (LLC), Law No. IX-926 of 6 April 2002. Section 93 of the CLL states that an employment contract is an agreement between an employee and an employer in which the employee agrees to perform work of a particular profession, specialty, qualification or certain tasks in accordance with the work regulations established in the workplace, while the employer undertakes to provide the employee with the work specified in the contract. to pay him the agreed wage and to ensure the working conditions provided for by labour law, other regulatory laws, collective agreements or by an agreement between the parties. NOTE 2: Under subsection 340(1) of the Act, an employer may not take adverse action against an employee because the employee has a right in the workplace, has exercised or has not exercised a right in the workplace or does not propose or proposes to exercise a right in the workplace or prevents the employee from exercising a right in the workplace. According to section 342(1) of the Act, an employer takes adverse measures against an employee if the employer dismisses the employee, injures the employee in his or her employment, changes the employee`s position to the detriment of the employee, or discriminates between the employee and the employer`s other employees. Brokers typically negotiate cost-sharing agreements that require the use of an independent contractor (IB) agreement to document their employment with agents. [See Form RPI 506] Therefore, the types of employment contracts in Lithuania and Turkey and the working conditions are significantly similar.
Both aim to protect the rights of the employee and try to create a safe work environment that later outweighs the rights of employers. a) Indefinitely (Article 108/2 of the LLC) an employment contract must generally be concluded for an indefinite period. In addition, a sales agent can only receive compensation for his real estate-related activities from his or her employer broker. An agent cannot receive compensation directly from someone else (p.B.dem seller or buyer, another licensee, mortgage lender, landlord or tenant). [Bus & P C §10137] A real estate agent limits himself to dealing with the public to present himself as an intermediary of his broker employer. Agents may not enter into contracts in their own name or on behalf of any person other than their broker-employer. Therefore, an agent cannot be employed by a person who is a member of the public, such as a buyer or seller – they are not a broker. For this reason, an agent`s licence must be surrendered to the employing broker, who retains ownership of the licence until the agent leaves the broker`s employment. [Bus & P C §10160] The history of employment contracts dates back to ancient Rome, where they were unevenly structured and the employer was kept in a higher position relative to the employee. Fortunately, employment contracts have evolved today to better protect workers` rights.