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Education

Knowledge Seminar "Trends in Labor Relations – 2021"

Date:
February 17, 2021
Time:
11:00AM - 1:00PM
Knowledge Seminar

Quarantine has led to many legislative innovations in labor law. Novels such as remote work or flexible working hours will continue to operate after the end of the quarantine restrictions and will continue to apply to the "employee-employer" relationship. The labor legislation of Ukraine is quite outdated. It does not regulate all the nuances of labor relations, so the answers to the most controversial questions can be found in the current court practice. At our webinar, GOLAW expert explained in details the main trends in labor relations, which are relevant in 2021: remote work, flexible working hours, and options for organizing labor relations during the quarantine. The speaker paid attention to the Supreme Court's latest decisions, which have changed the practice of labor disputes resolution.

Participants had an opportunity to discuss the following questions:

  • Remote work: features of regulation and risks for employers
  • Flexible working hours: key points
  • The idle time during quarantine: consequences for employers
  • Part-time work: the order of registration
  • Paid and unpaid leave: terms and procedure
  • The latest legal practice of the Supreme Court and its impact on labor relations

Speaker:

Kateryna Tsvetkova, Counsel, GOLAW law firm. She has an impressive track record of successful representation of clients in highly complex litigations in courts of all levels and jurisdictions. One of the main areas of her practice is labour law. In particular, the lawyer has extensive experience in advising foreign and Ukrainian companies on complex cases related to the dismissal of employees, drafting employment agreements, and providing comprehensive consultations on the law audits. She also assists her clients in the audits conducted by regulatory authorities. Kateryna is a lecturer at the Higher School of Advocacy of the Ukrainian National Bar Association.

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