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In accordance with Article 5 of the Federal Law № 422-FZ from 27.11.2018, citizens of the EAEU countries (that is, citizens of Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan) will be able to register as self-employed in Russia.
lus Laboris
We talk today to Anastasia Petrova about how employers should conduct internal investigations in Russia: what steps to take in advance, how to deal with data privacy issues and crucially...
L&E Global
Courts have consistently approached cases where employees disputed their resignation, was to check that the signature on the resignation letter was the employee's and that he/she signed willingly.
lus Laboris
A round up of recent case law on internal investigations and disciplinary action by employers in Russia.
L&E Global
Russia is a federative state, which consists of 85 constituent territories (cities of federal importance, republics, regions and other territorial administrative components) with certain legislative rights.
lus Laboris
A peculiarity of labour disputes in Russia is that they seldom start with great financial demands from employees.
L&E Global
Letter № 14-4/10/P-5532 dated 23 July 2021, issued by the Russian Ministry of Labour, together with the Federal State Agency for Health and Consumer Rights (Rospotrebnadzor)...
L&E Global
Lately, Russian courts have demonstrated unprecedented creativity in supporting employees. In the latest example of this trend, the Moscow City Court recently overturned the consistent and long-held...
L&E Global
From 1 January 2022, employers with more than 25 employees must post information on the unified digital platform "Work in Russia".
lus Laboris
Widespread remote work as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to new types of employment-related disputes
GRATA International
In accordance with the decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated from May 9, 2017 № 203 «On the strategy of development of the information society in the Russian Federation ...
lus Laboris
In Russia, all employers must complete a ‘special evaluation of working conditions', for all workplaces.
lus Laboris
This article gives a checklist and provides best practice advice for employers in Russia on dealing with the difficult process of employee dismissals.
lus Laboris
This article highlights the most sensitive issues that companies in Russia may face in the pursuit of this worthy purpose.
Gorodissky & Partners
From 1 January 2021, Russia-based employers must comply with new requirements regarding their remote employees. The amendments to the Labour Code triggered by the COVID-19
lus Laboris
Russia has introduced reduced pension and social insurance contribution rates for IT and technology companies, in addition to the reduced rates introduced in April 2020 for SMEs.
Envoy Global, Inc.
Employers must submit notifications for HQS workers' earnings in Q4 2020 by Jan. 29, 2021
Epstein Becker & Green
On November 16, 2020, the Russian government approved new rules increasing the rates of remuneration employers must pay employees for their inventions, utility models and industrial designs...
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lus Laboris
Two recent successful challenges to dismissals by mutual agreement in Russia mean employers may need to exercise caution in how they use this popular method of terminating employment.
lus Laboris
In a guide coordinated by Ius Laboris Russian firm ALRUD, lawyers in Estonia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Poland, Russia, Romania and Ukraine provide a guide to redundancy procedures in their jurisdictions.
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