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Termination Codes for the Additional Employment Incentive

Termination Codes for the Additional Employment Incentive

Social Security Institution has published a General Letter to explain the details regarding the termination codes, which causes a refund of the additional employment incentives (with No. 7256) to the Social Security Institution from the employers with interest.

Per that General Letter, the incentive amounts with regards to Law No. 7256 would need to be refunded back to the Social Security Institution along with interest if the termination takes place with the below termination codes:

1- End of the employment contract during probation period by the employer

4- End of the indefinite employment contract by the employer

5- End of the definite term employment contract

15- Collective dismissal of employees

17- Closing of the workplace

19- End of season

20- End of campaign

22- Other reasons

25- Termination of the employment contract due to immoral, dishonorable, or malicious conduct or other similar behaviors of the employer by the employee

34- Termination because of transferring of the workplace, changing of the work or the workplace qualification

The employers would need to employ the new hires who are employed under incentive No. 7256 with a duration that is equal to the period of time that the employer benefits from that incentive.

You can reach the related SSI General Letter via the link.

Should you have any queries or need further details, please contact your customer representative.

Written by Erdoğdu Onur Erol, Posted in Social Security Law and Legislation, Taxation Law

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