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2 quarters of labor. A brief overview of changes in the labor legislation of the Russian Federation
The end of 2019 is remembered for the active discussion of numerous planned changes that were proposed or planned for 2020. Many people probably remember the sensational news about the electronic employment workbooks. Nevertheless, the first half of the new year fairly "thinned" the shaft of proposals and projects. Some bills are already "in the archive", some will be implemented (if they are) later, but some changes still came into force.
MONGOLIA: Measures to be undertaken by Employer during Covid-19
The Government of Mongolia is implementing the necessary measures to prevent the spread of the virus named as Covid-19 that World Health Organization declared the rapidly spreading corona-virus outbreak as a pandemic.
Brief information on the mechanism of providing financial support to entrepreneurs affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Azerbaijan
The Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan adopted Action Plan in accordance with the paragraph 10.2 of the Order #1950 of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated March 19, 2020.
COVID-19, state of emergency, economic crisis. What should the employer in the Kyrgyz Republic pay attention to?
On 25 March 2020, a state of emergency has been introduced in order to protect the lives and health of citizens, their safety and public order and to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection in the cities of Bishkek, Osh and Jalal-Abad as well as Nookat and Kara-Suu districts of Osh province and Suzak district of Jalal-Abad province.
Labor relations in the context of quarantine due to coronavirus (COVID-19)
Limitations set in order to prevent spread of coronavirus infection affect all business processes, including employer-employees labour relations. In accordance with the resolution of the Republican Commission all entities in Tashkent, regardless the form of ownership, must ensure that the staff members shall either take annual leave in a manner provided by Uzbek law or work remotely.
Coronavirus, economic crisis and labour relations in Russia. What to expect and why to be afraid?
The afore-mentioned global threats as well as the devaluation of the national currency have raised a number of questions for the employers of the Russian Federation that require an immediate response and decisive action.
Kazakhstan: COVID-19. FAQ on Employment Issues
The procedure for introducing changes to the employment contract is regulated by Article 33.2 of the Labour Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan (hereinafter – the “Labour Code”). Article 33 provides that along with the addendum, the employee should also receive a notice. The employee has the right to inform the employer of his/her consent or otherwise to the transfer within five (5) business days after the receipt of the notice.
Employment Relationships: How to Navigate the Coronavirus and Oil Crises
Coronavirus, global drop in oil prices, devaluation of the national currency have caused a number of questions for the employers of the Republic of Kazakhstan that shall be addressed immediately.
Employment and employee benefits in Azerbaijan: overview
The Labour Code of the Republic of Azerbaijan (Labour Code) provides in Article 5.1 that unless otherwise stipulated by agreements signed by Azerbaijan with other foreign countries and international organisations
Legal instruments of proof of work on a contract at dispute of their performance
Speaking of proving the execution of the works by the contractor, the first thing should be to consider the acts of transfer and acceptance of completed works (Art. 720 of the CC RF (Сivil Сode of Russian Federation). They can be issued both on the established forms KS-2 and KS-3, USD, and in the form of a free-form act of acceptance and transfer, containing the necessary data to identify the work performed.
Labor "Extremism" or How to Deal with Unscrupulous Employee
Any business activity, one way or another, is connected with the involvement of labor resources, since with the development of the company it becomes impossible to independently perform the necessary functionality. Thus, entrepreneurs and heads of business structures attract employees to perform certain duties, concluding employment contracts.
Employment & Labour law in Mongolia
General labour market trends and latest/likely trends in employment litigation
Even with a slowdown in 2014, Mongolia has experienced dramatic economic growth in the 2000s. A small country with a population of 3.1 million, Mongolia has had real per capita gross domestic product (GDP) averaging annual increases of more than 6.7 percent from 2000 to 2013, more than 5.4 percentage points above global economic growth. The growth of 15.8 percent from 2010 to 2011 and 10.6 percent from 2011 to 2012 was especially high.