An employer has the right to terminate an employment contract with an employee due to loss of confidence in the employee if the employee:
1) committed an act as a result of which material damage was or could be caused to the employer;
2) an employee performing educational functions has committed an act incompatible with the continuation of this work;
3) published a state, commercial or technological secret or communicated it to a competing organization;
4) failed to comply (violated) the requirements of legal acts to ensure the safety and health of workers, rules for organizing and performing work, instructions, which resulted or could cause serious consequences that pose a threat to the life and health of people or created a real threat to the life and health of persons or causing harm their life and health.
5) illegally (without consent or notification) used computer equipment or information systems of the employer or other employees (means of access to information systems (login, password, etc.)), with the help of which he obtained work or personal data, made illegal use data, recorded, destroyed, transformed, blocked, duplicated, distributed or performed activities related to digital technologies, including the installation of viruses or software that could or did disrupt the normal operation of the employer.
Termination of an employment contract in the above cases of loss of confidence in an employee is determined by Article 122 of the RA Labor Code.
Article 123 of the RA Labor Code provides that in case of loss of confidence in the employee, the employer has the right to terminate the employment contract without notifying the employee.
If you find that your labor rights have been violated, you can call the Labor and Social Rights Protection Department of the Confederation of Trade Unions of Armenia for free legal advice (Tel: +374 10 58 21 49).