Part-time work is performing additional work in your free time from your main employment. You can work with one employer, with an internal part-time job, or with different ones, with an external part-time job, that is, in another organization. All labor relations during these works are regulated by article 44 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation. You can resign under Article 80 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation, on your own initiative, or under Article 288 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation, at the initiative of the employer.
It is necessary
- - application to the employer (upon dismissal of one's own free will);
- - notification to an employee (upon dismissal under Article 288 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation);
- - full settlement with a part-time job (compensation for vacation and payment for the current period);
- - order of dismissal;
- - entry in the work book (if it was entered on the hiring).
To quit voluntarily, apply two weeks before quitting. If the employer agrees, then you can quit without working the 14 days specified in the Labor Code.
Also, without work, the employer is obliged to fire you if you cannot continue to work due to admission to educational institutions and upon retirement at the main place of work. Or if the employer violated the terms of the employment contract, regulatory documents, internal acts, for example, did not pay wages on time or pays inappropriate wages specified in the contract. In all these cases, you have the right not to work, and the employer has no right to detain you.
With a concurrent job, you can be fired under Article 288 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation, if an employee gets a job in your place, for whom this type of activity will be the main type of employment. In this case, the employer must notify you in writing two weeks prior to dismissal.
According to Articles 121 and 122 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation, you are required to pay compensation for unused vacation days in proportion to the hours worked that you did not go on vacation. Part-time employees must have a leave of at least 28 calendar days.
In addition to compensation for vacation, the employer is obliged to give you a full calculation for all unpaid days worked, as well as all documents. In accordance with the Labor Code, you must receive all of this on the last working day.
If an entry was made in your work book about part-time work, and this is allowed under article 66 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation at your request, then you must take this document from your main place of work and submit it to the employer to record information about the dismissal. This will only be required if the part-time job is external and the main job was with another employer.