REGULATION ON THE EMPLOYMENT OF RESIDENTS UNDER TEMPORARY PROTECTION IN TURKEY

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Published in Official Gazette (No: 29594, 15 Jan 2016)

Work permit requirement: Article 4 - Temporary Protected Residents are not permitted to work in Turkey without valid work permit. For the Temporary Protected Residents who work without work permit and for the employers or employer representatives who employ Temporary Protected Residents without work permit, penal provisions of Law no 4817 on Work Permits of Foreigners (dated: 27.02.2013) will be applicable.

Work Permit & Work Permit Exemptions Applications: Article 5 - Temporary Protected Residents can apply for work permit after six months of their Temporary Protection Registration date. Work permit Applications shall be made through the e-government portal by the employers of Temporary Protected Residents. Those Temporary Protected Residents who are eligible to apply for Independent Work Permit shall make their own applications. Those temporary protected residents who will be employed in the agriculture and stockbreeding sector are exempted from work permit and their applications will be made through the governorship offices.

Geographical Limitation : Article 7 - Temporary Protected Residents have the right to apply for work permit only in those cities where they are allowed to stay in accordance with the article 24 of the Temporary Protection Regulation.

Labor Quote: Article 8 - In general the total of Temporary Protected employed Residents cannot exceed the 10% of Turkish National Staff Employed in an organisation. For those Companies and Organisations who employ less than 10 Turkish nationals only one Temporary Protected Residents can be employed. If the Turkish Labor Institution (İş-Kur) based on its records realizes that no Turkish National employee of the same quality can be found in the domestic labor market within four weeks, this quote can be extended.

Compensation: Article 10 - Monthly salaries of Temporary Protected employed residents cannot be less than the Turkish Minimum Wage.

Employment in Associations, Foundations and NGOs: Article 11 – Those associations who work for the public benefit in accordance with Law no: 5253 on Associations (Art. 23) and those tax-exempted foundations determined in accordance with Law no:4962, may apply for employment of Temporary Protected Residents. Other associations, foundations, NGOs and representations of International Non-Governmental Organisations might also apply for employment of Temporary Protected Residents. However, in granting work permits, affirmative opinion of Ministry of Interior is asked for the latter.

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