How to transfer part-time worker to a permanent job
- - application of resident co-worker;
- - the order of his dismissal;
- - his employment record with records of dismissal from the previous main job and, if it contains information on part-time work, on dismissal from you, done on his previous main job;
- - application for a job;
- - employment contract;
- - The order of acceptance to work.
Firing sequencepart-time from you job depends on whether his workbook entry about working part-time. By law it is entitled to do only on his main job. And if he quit those before you, the record of the concurrent employment will remain outstanding. After all, to make information about the dismissal will be nobody.
You are required to takepart-time a letter of resignation and give him the order of dismissal. On the basis of this order on the main work will make the necessary mark in his employment record.
Then the Locum should bring a work book with a record of dismissal from main job. Arrange that he need to write a letter of resignation and discuss with management the terms of their dismissal. The law requires you to notify in two weeks, but in practice it depends on how to agree with each other side. So whether to agree to work more than the law requires, or to insist on its observance is a personal matter.
From you it is required to wait until the part-time worker finishes all the formalities for parting with the previous main work.
Finally, after leavingpart-time with the same basic work, you can start the procedure of admission in the state. He should write a statement indicating the position and, if necessary, divisions. Only that this part-time job, writing is no longer necessary.
An employment contract is signed with him, an order is issued for his admission tothe job and a record is made in the workbook in the usual manner: the full name of the organization, then the number of the record and the date of its entry,the job indicating the position and unit, if it is reflected in the application and the employment contract.