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Employer Cannot Fire Employee Without Reason

28.10.2010
According to the decision of the Supreme Court of Georgia, employer cannot groundlessly fire his/her employee. Lawyers clarify that the Supreme Court can enact a case law. When a Supreme Court passes decision, district courts shall also discuss cases in accordance to this decision.

“Since Georgia has joined the Social Charter of Europe, whose Article 24 – “a” obliged the parties to recognize the labor rights, refuse to stop employment without grounded reasons, on April 28, 2010 Supreme Court of Georgia stated that Article 37 Part I –“d” of the Labor Code of Georgia cannot be clarified as a unilateral right of the employer to fire the employee without any grounds,” said lawyer Zurab Vanishvili.

The lawyer added that an employee can appeal to the court and restore his/her labor contract and reimbursement of the damage. S/he can also launch criminal case against employer because of abuse of his/her power.

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Name: Peter
2011-02-16 19:55
Wow, very interesting!
Name: გიორგი
2010-11-29 01:50
100% სიმართლეა
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