If the work is created by an author to fulfil obligations arising from the employment relationship, it is considered as a work for hire.
Property rights related to the work for hire are exercised by an employer without the need to conclude a special agreement on the matter. It is possible to transfer them to the third party. The author (employee) must not give consent to the third party to use the work and the author is obliged to refrain from exercising property rights to such work.
An employer may publish the work, mark it with their name, business or company name, as well as complete the work, alter or interfere with it in any other way.