In principle, you can apply for an indefinite-term employment contract when you have been employed as a fixed-term employee continuously for more than five years.
However, if you wish, you can still renew your fixed-term employment contract.
Considering the Labor Law and past judgments, the longer you work as a fixed-term employee, the more employment security and company benefits you receive. Therefore, the more difficult it will be for the employer to deny th...
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