- Whether any employees have actually worked during the time when they were declared as temporarily unfit to work,
In workplaces where 9 or less employees are employed, employers are required to declare employees who have worked less than 30 days, or whose payments have been partially made with the following applicable supporting documents:
a) Medical report from a health service provider,
b) Document attesting that employee is on unpaid leave,
c) Documents attesting disciplinary action, arrest and custody,
d) Part-time work contract,
e) Any natural or man-made event, such as natural disasters, strikes and lock-outs that affect the workplace and official documents as supporting evidence.
Employer's obligation to declare under the Law on Work Permits of Foreign Nationals no 4817
Obligation to declare foreign national worker prior to employment
Unless otherwise provided in bilateral treaties signed and approved by Turkey, all foreign nationals are required to obtain work permit prior to undertaking employment.
Obligation to declare termination of insured status for foreign employees
Foreign employees who do not start work 30 days within the validity of the work permit shall be declared to the Ministry of Social Security and Labour.
Likewise, foreign employees whose contract has been terminated before the expiry of the work permit have to be declared to the Ministry.
Employer's Obligation to Declare under the Labour Code no. 4857
Obligation to Declare Mass Terminations
Employers are under the obligation to notify labour relations, district offices and Turkish Labour Organization 30 days prior to planned mass terminations.
Obligation to Declare Deducted Wages
No employer may impose a fine on an employee's wage for reasons other than those indicated in the collective agreement or the employment contract. The employee must be notified at once, together with the reason, of any wage deductions as fines.
These deductions shall be credited within one month to the account of the Ministry of Labor and Social Security in a bank established in Turkey and must be designated by the Ministry for use in the training of and social services for employees. Every employer must maintain a separate account in his or her establishment showing such deductions.
Obligation to Declare Disabled Employees
For every privately operated workplace where there are 50 or more employees, 3% of the headcount must consist of disabled employees.
Employers may employ disabled persons through Turkish Labour Agency, in which case additional declaration is not required.
In the event where employers hire disabled persons through their own means, they have to declare hired employee to the Agency within 15 days of employment.