Department of Labour Relations
Τhe employer is entitled to determine a different notice period, assuming that it will not be less favorable than the notice period provided for by the Termination of Employment Law and other specific legislation.

However, the probationary period, if any, cannot last longer than six months. In the case of fixed - term employment, the length of the probationary period should be proportionate to the expected duration of the contract and the nature of the work, but cannot last longer than six months. The probationary period of managers of legal entities is excluded. In case of renewal of a fix-term contract or employment relationship for the same position and duties, a new probationary period will not be required. In cases where the worker has been absent from work during the probationary period, Pprobationary periods to be extended correspondingly.