When the termination of a labor contract for a definitive period is registered in Revisal if the last day of the contract is in a non working day?
On expiration, an individual labor contract for a definite term shall automatically be terminated under Article 56, paragraph 1, letter i) of the Labor Code. The cause for termination of the labor contract prevails in case of suspension of the contract.
When the contract is terminated, the employer must record this fact in Revisal, according to art. 4 lit. d) of GD 500/2011 on the General Register of the employees.
Legal note – HG 500/2011 updated 2014, art. 4, lit. d)
Art. 4. – (1), lit. d) the elements under art. 3 paragraphs. (2) i) (date of termination of the labor contract – r.n.) are recorded in the register at the labor contract termination date / date of the acknowledgment of the event that led, under the law, to the termination of the labor contract.
Thus, at the deadline stipulated in the individual labor contract concluded for a definite term, the termination will be operated in Revisal, no later than the first day the employee no longer comes to work.
In case the date of termination is in a nonworking day, the registration in Revisal can be made is the prior working day or no later than the first working day in which the employee is no longer present to work.
The record of the termination of the labor contract shall be made within 5 working days of the occurrence, in writing, by decision of termination, under Article 56, paragraph 2. The employer communicates its decision within 5 working days.
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