Premature termination of a temporary employment contract is only possible if this has been agreed in writing:
If a premature termination clause has been agreed upon, for the employer the “normal” rules for termination apply. In other words: You can only terminate an employment contract prematurely with permission from the UWV, via a request for dissolution to the subdistrict court, or with the employee’s agreement. You must also observe the period of notice for termination. Your employee can also terminate the employment contract prematurely, provided that he or she observes the period of notice for termination.
If no premature termination clause has been agreed upon, in principle, the employment contract cannot be terminated prematurely. If the contract is still terminated, the non-terminating party can claim damages before the subdistrict court. In the event of wrongful premature termination by the employer the employee can also request the annulment of this termination before the subdistrict court.
Without a premature termination clause, a temporary employment contract can be terminated prematurely: