Regional Director

The second and third agreement, as the original agreement annulled by force of law at the end of the certain time limits. When is the next, the fourth contract of employment for a definite term or a three-year limit is exceeded, the fourth or the last labor agreement, with appropriate, is concluded for an indefinite period, and the above rule regarding termination of the force of law no longer applies. However, in exceptional cases, for the agreement concluded for a definite term of three years or more, may be entered into an agreement for a specified period not exceeding three months, while the second agreement will not be considered concluded for an indefinite period, unless the collective bargaining agreement does not provides for a different version. If the time interval between labor agreements concluded for a definite period of three months or more, they are not viewed as consecutive, but rather as an individual employment agreements for a certain period, which thus annulled by force of law by the end of this period. Neither the original nor the extended term of the agreement can not be interrupted by pre- notice before the end of this term, unless agreed to another option. This follows from the essence of the agreement. (An agreement for a certain period of time may, however, be terminated by mutual consent, by dismissal without notice or court order before the end of this period).

The agreement concluded for an indefinite period, as the name suggests, is not terminated by any particular date, and continues to have effect indefinitely until the avoidance, by notice or by other methods discussed in this section. Prior to the notice of dismissal must be received permission from the director of the regional employment agency ("DRTU", which corresponds niderlandskomu 'Regionaal Directeur van de Arbeidsvoorzieningsorganisatie' abbreviated 'RDA') in the form of DRTU. In the absence of such approval, the notice can be challenged.


Nevertheless, assessing the situation, 48% of Omsk was told that "things are not so bad and you can live, another 43% ohmic "live hard, but you can endure, and only 5% said that they" hate our plight is no longer possible. " Men and women almost equally assess the situation. Optimism prevails in Omsk 21-30 years (66%) and 16-20 years (55%). Was found a direct correlation between the age of the respondent and the proportion of pessimistic Omsk: Omsk if among up to 40 years, the proportion of those who "suffer the plight of already impossible," was less than 4%, among Omsk 41-50 years, the answer was given 7.5% and among 51-60 years old Omsk figure was 12%. Optimists were more among the unemployed Omsk (53% among the unemployed compared to 45% among workers), with the largest share among the unemployed amounted to students, housewives and pensioners. Single unmarried respondents were slightly more optimistic than their countrymen who are married (51% and 46% respectively).

In addition, the greatest optimists were Omsk living on one (the proportion of optimists was 64%), whereas in families, consisting, for example, from 2 people share a positive-minded Omsk was 31%. Figure 1. Opinion Omsk assessment change their financial situation over the last year Figure 2. Opinion Omsk assessment changes the nature of power in the last 3-4 months More than half of Omsk (54%) believe that tough times still ahead, 13% believe that the hard times we are experiencing now, while 18% hope that all the difficulties already behind.