On 1 October 2022, new rules regulating fixed-term employment came into effect. For example, general fixed-term employment was replaced by a new form of employment, special fixed-term employment, which can be used for a maximum of 12 months. At the same time, new regulations regarding fixed-term employment were introduced in collective agreements in the state sector. On the other hand, some regulations regarding fixed-term employment remain unchanged.
This webinar covers:
- How does special fixed-term employment work and when can it become permanent employment?
- What are the transitional regulations for people who currently have or have had general fixed-term employment?
- What other forms of temporary employment exist within the higher education sector?
- How does the new state sector fixed-term employment under the collective agreement work?
- Which categories can declare that they do not wish to convert to permanent employment?
- What support can you receive if your fixed-term employment expires?
- How does the SULF income insurance work?