Other employment law issues

Disciplinary and grievance procedures, internal rules, employment records, transfer of undertakings.

Russian Federation :: Human rights

The Russian Federation has signed and ratified several Human Rights conventions, including – inter alia – the European Convention on Human Rights, the Conventions Against Torture, Against Racial Discrimination and Discrimination, Against Women, on the Rights of the Child and the Convention on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights …

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Russian Federation :: Legal Practice

The majority of international law firms operating in Russia are likely to leave the country over the next few years because of progressive changes in the regulatory framework …

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Russian Federation :: Business transfers

An employee may only be transferred to another employer with their prior written consent, although they may be made redundant if they refuse to be employed by the new company taking over the business where they work …

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Russian Federation :: Labour Books

All employees in Russia (including, arguably, foreign employees) are issued a “labour book” (trudovaya knizhka) which is a document recording an employee’s employment history from the first employment until retirement …

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Russian Federation :: Internal regulations

An employer is required to adopt certain internal regulations (localnie normativnie akti) relating to labour discipline, the remuneration system, processing personal data, employee performance appraisals, bonus policy, etc …

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Russian Federation :: Disciplinary procedures

All employees should be subject to a written disciplinary procedure as part of their workplace rules …

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