If an employer provides an employee's accommodation is it permissible to require the employee to leave the accommodation at the termination of employment?

Only employees who are required to live on the premises for the performance of their duties, such as housekeepers and caretakers, can be required to leave the premises on the termination of employment. Employees offered accommodation for a rent as a benefit unrelated to the performance of their duties cannot be asked to leave the premises until the end of the period of their tenancy.