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By Molly Ward
Oct. 3—Foreign employees in Turkey longer than three months are required to register with Turkey's Social Security Institute, the government announced Sept. 10. Employees assigned to Turkey for less than three months are exempt from this requirement.
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Turkey's Social Insurance and General Health Insurance Law, which contains social security registration requirements for foreign employees, is available in Turkish at http://www.mevzuat.gov.tr/MevzuatMetin/1.5.5510.pdf.
For more information on HR law and regulation, see the Turkey primer.
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