If the cause for termination is justified (misconduct or poor performance), the employee is not entitled to severance pay.
It is important to note, though, that if the employee feels that they were unjustly terminated under the reason for just cause or misconduct on the part of the employer and the employer is not able to prove the reason for dismissal in a labor court, the employee is entitled to severance pay (15 days of wages for every year worked or up to half a year’s wages) as well as back pay from the date of dismissal to the date of the court ruling.
An employee who is terminated without cause is entitled to 15 days of severance pay for every year of service.
For an employee who has over 10 years of employment with a company- If an employer is not able to prove a just cause to a labor court, the employee might either be reinstated or would have the right to double the regular severance pay.
The probationary period is 30 days for unqualified employees or domestic workers and 60 days for qualified workers or apprentices.