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In case of a fixed-term employment agreement that has been entered into for a period of six months or longer, it is obliged to give notice, at least one month prior to the end of the employment agreement.
This notice means that the employee must be informed in writing as to whether or not the employment agreement will be continued. If the employee is allowed to stay after the end of this agreement, it must be clear under what conditions.
If this obligation is not fulfilled, the employer must pay the employee compensation in the amount of one monthly salary. If notice is given, but too late, compensation must be paid pro rata.