When is the Employer obliged to pay Twelve Months worth of Salary?

The title of the 198th video material of “Informed Citizen” program is: “When is the Employer obliged to pay Twelve Months worth of Salary?” Anahit Hakobyan, Advocate, member of the Armenian Young Lawyers Association is the expert of the program. In cases of economic, technological, or organizational matters or as a result of impossibility to restore the labor relations between the employer and the employee, the court may not restore the employee in his position. In such cases the court may order the employer to compensate the whole sum of the payment for the total term of downtime no less than the double size of the monthly salary but no more than the twelve months worth salary, before the effective date of the court decision. In such cases the labor contract is considered terminated since the effective date of the court decision.

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