The imposition of martial law in Ukraine has raised a wide range of labour issues. Is it possible to dismiss employees during the war? How to deal with employees who are abroad? Are there any grounds for delay in salary payment?
The situation is complicated by the adoption of the new Law “On the organization of labour relations during martial law”, which establishes a number of completely new tools for employers and employees.
GOLAW law firm in partnership with ACC invites you to join the webinar “Labour relations under martial law”.
During the webinar we will discuss the main changes in the regulation of labour relations during the war, as well as analyze the practical cases of business that continues to operate under extremely difficult external circumstances.
Trying to make most out of the webinar, we decided to hold it in a question-and-answer format. Please send questions concerning your business to email@example.com
❗ Questions for discussion:
🎯 Labour relations during the war: remote work, downtime, vacations, concluding contracts with new employees (probationary period, fixed-term employment contracts);
🎯 Dismissal of employees and suspension of employment for the period of martial law;
🎯 Delay in salary payment, transfer and change of substantial working conditions, increase of working hours, reduction of rest time;
🎯 Guarantees of labour rights for mobilized employees and volunteers of territorial defense, reservation of employees at the enterprise, actions of the employer in case the employee receives a mobilization notice or joins the Armed Forces or territorial defense.
🎤 KATERYNA MANOYLENKO – Partner, Head of Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice, attorney at law, expert in Labour Law
🎤 KATERYNA TSVETKOVA – Counsel, attorney at law, expert in Labour Law
🎤 ANASTASIIA KLIAN – Associate, attorney at law, expert in Labour Law
🎤 NATALIA MATVIICHUK – Associate, attorney at law, expert in Labour Law
📅 Date: 03.05
⏱ Time: 11:00 – 12:00
📹 Format: online (Zoom)
📎 Registration Link: https://bit.ly/3rGAenZ
🌐 Language: Ukrainian
❗ Participation is free.
❗ Please note that registration for the event is mandatory.
❗ After registration you will receive a confirmation and a broadcast link to the specified email.
- Online webinar
- 3 May 2022
- 11:00 -12:00