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Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and HR Administration. Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and Human Resources Administration

Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and HR Administration. Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and Human Resources Administration (Трудовое право и кадровый менеджмент в России. На английском языке).
Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and HR Administration. Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and Human Resources Administration
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978-952-99785-6-4
 
 
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Venäjän työlaki on murrosvaiheessa neuvostokäytännön ja nykyajan välillä. Mitkä ovat suomalaisen työnantajan haasteet ja miten hallita työsuhteeseen liittyvä valtava byrokratia? Tämä kirja on käytännön opas Venäjän työoikeudesta ja se tarjoaa myös tutkijoille yksityiskohtaista tietoa Venäjän työoikeuden säännöistä. Opas sisältää käytännön ohjeet siitä, miten ulkomaalaisen työnantajan pitää toimia palkatessaan venäläisiä työntekijöitä. Lakiuudistukset, jotka Venäjän työkoodeksissa vasta tulivat voimaan, ovat kirjassa huomioitu. Sisältää työlakisanaston venäjä-englanti-venäjä. This Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and HR Administration is a new and updated edition of the initial Avenir Guide to Russian Human Resources (2002). All legal issues in the Guide are discussed with respect to rules in force as of year 2006 taking into consideration also the changes and amendments passed in the Labor Code in 2006. In addition we have considered some of the important administrative regulations and cases from court practice that are able to supplement, modify or even corrupt the legislation, and frequently do so. Understanding the Russian labor law is one of the first challenges for a foreign company developing a presence in Russia. In Russia the labor laws are mainly collected in Labor Code. The provisions of this Labor Code are very detailed, cumbersome and at places confusing, and will not easily open for the foreign reader unfamiliar with the Russian law and the underlying traditions. In order to meet this need we have developed the Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and HR Administration, which gives a clear and structured description of the provisions. This book will guide the foreign legal counsel, HR specialist and executives to understand the living provisions of the present day regulations of the Russian labor law. The Guide gives a detailed and comprehensive survey of such issues as hiring and firing (with a special emphasis on top-managers), work permits, compensations, work protection, liability, labor disputes and so on. In addition to the descriptive part it contains a glossary of Russian legal terms relative to Labor Law and HR paired with their English translations. This is a new second and considerably expended edition of this Avenir Guide At the beginning of the century Russian labor legislation underwent a sweeping reform, and it is now that the legal practices are taking shape. Therefore, the Guide is primarily focused on the Russian Labor Code and gives a comprehensive account of its novelties, merits and demerits found in the regulations of the labor relations in practice. Frequently administrative regulations and court practices supplement, modify or even corrupt the legislation; this Guide goes when needed beyond the Labor Code to address these issues as well. This Guide is primarily designed as a concise manual for investors, managers and human resource personnel of foreign companies conducting business in Russia. At the same time, its clear and accessible style makes it a godsend for students and all those who want to get a general overview of the subject. The authors of the book are Jon Hellevig and Artem Usov partners with the law firm Hellevig, Klein & Usov Llc. In producing the book they were assisted by Dr. Alexander Vereshchagin and Yury Govorukhin, senior associates of HKU. Yury Govorukhin and Dr. Alexander Vereshchagin, senior associates of Hellevig, Klein and Usov, have assisted in finalizing the book. Mr. Govorukhin has supplied legislative references and necessary updates to many sections of the original draft, whereas Dr. Vereshchagin provided editorial assistance and research support, particularly with regards to court practice in labor disputes. Includes a glossary of Russian Labor Law and HR Administration terminology (English-Russian). Esipuhe kokonaisuudessaan on tässä (venäjänkielinen):
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This Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and HR Administration is a new and updated edition of the initial Avenir Guide to Russian Human Resources (2002). All legal issues in the Guide are discussed with respect to rules in force as of year 2006 taking into consideration also the changes and amendments passed in the Labor Code in 2006. In addition we have considered some of the important administrative regulations and cases from court practice that are able to supplement, modify or even corrupt the legislation, and frequently do so. Understanding the Russian labor law is one of the first challenges for a foreign company developing a presence in Russia. In Russia the labor laws are mainly collected in Labor Code. The provisions of this Labor Code are very detailed, cumbersome and at places confusing, and will not easily open for the foreign reader unfamiliar with the Russian law and the underlying traditions. In order to meet this need we have developed the Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and HR Administration, which gives a clear and structured description of the provisions. This book will guide the foreign legal counsel, HR specialist and executives to understand the living provisions of the present day regulations of the Russian labor law. The Guide gives a detailed and comprehensive survey of such issues as hiring and firing (with a special emphasis on top-managers), work permits, compensations, work protection, liability, labor disputes and so on. In addition to the descriptive part it contains a glossary of Russian legal terms relative to Labor Law and HR paired with their English translations.This is a new second and considerably expended edition of this Avenir Guide At the beginning of the century Russian labor legislation underwent a sweeping reform, and it is now that the legal practices are taking shape. Therefore, the Guide is primarily focused on the Russian Labor Code and gives a comprehensive account of its novelties, merits and demerits found in the regulations of the labor relations in practice. Frequently administrative regulations and court practices supplement, modify or even corrupt the legislation; this Guide goes when needed beyond the Labor Code to address these issues as well.This Guide is primarily designed as a concise manual for investors, managers and human resource personnel of foreign companies conducting business in Russia. At the same time, its clear and accessible style makes it a godsend for students and all those who want to get a general overview of the subject. The authors of the book are Jon Hellevig and Artem Usov partners with the law firm Hellevig, Klein & Usov Llc. Includes a glossary of Russian Labor Law and HR Administration terminology (English-Russian). Read the foreword here (In Russian – of the Russian version):
About the authors: About this book (In Russian):
Out of print
Check out the Russian version Shelf ID #10002318


This Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and HR Administration is a new and updated edition of the initial Avenir Guide to Russian Human Resources (2002). All legal issues in the Guide are discussed with respect to rules in force as of year 2006 taking into consideration also the changes and amendments passed in the Labor Code in 2006. In addition we have considered some of the important administrative regulations and cases from court practice that are able to supplement, modify or even corrupt the legislation, and frequently do so. Understanding the Russian labor law is one of the first challenges for a foreign company developing a presence in Russia. In Russia the labor laws are mainly collected in Labor Code. The provisions of this Labor Code are very detailed, cumbersome and at places confusing, and will not easily open for the foreign reader unfamiliar with the Russian law and the underlying traditions. In order to meet this need we have developed the Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and HR Administration, which gives a clear and structured description of the provisions. This book will guide the foreign legal counsel, HR specialist and executives to understand the living provisions of the present day regulations of the Russian labor law. The Guide gives a detailed and comprehensive survey of such issues as hiring and firing (with a special emphasis on top-managers), work permits, compensations, work protection, liability, labor disputes and so on. In addition to the descriptive part it contains a glossary of Russian legal terms relative to Labor Law and HR paired with their English translations.This is a new second and considerably expended edition of this Avenir Guide At the beginning of the century Russian labor legislation underwent a sweeping reform, and it is now that the legal practices are taking shape. Therefore, the Guide is primarily focused on the Russian Labor Code and gives a comprehensive account of its novelties, merits and demerits found in the regulations of the labor relations in practice. Frequently administrative regulations and court practices supplement, modify or even corrupt the legislation; this Guide goes when needed beyond the Labor Code to address these issues as well.This Guide is primarily designed as a concise manual for investors, managers and human resource personnel of foreign companies conducting business in Russia. At the same time, its clear and accessible style makes it a godsend for students and all those who want to get a general overview of the subject. The authors of the book are Jon Hellevig and Artem Usov partners with the law firm Hellevig, Klein & Usov Llc. Includes a glossary of Russian Labor Law and HR Administration terminology (English-Russian). Read the foreword here (In Russian - of the Russian version):
About the authors: About this book (In Russian):
Out of print
Check out the Russian version Shelf ID #10002318


This Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and HR Administration is a new and updated edition of the initial Avenir Guide to Russian Human Resources (2002). All legal issues in the Guide are discussed with respect to rules in force as of year 2006 taking into consideration also the changes and amendments passed in the Labor Code in 2006. In addition we have considered some of the important administrative regulations and cases from court practice that are able to supplement, modify or even corrupt the legislation, and frequently do so. Understanding the Russian labor law is one of the first challenges for a foreign company developing a presence in Russia. In Russia the labor laws are mainly collected in Labor Code. The provisions of this Labor Code are very detailed, cumbersome and at places confusing, and will not easily open for the foreign reader unfamiliar with the Russian law and the underlying traditions. In order to meet this need we have developed the Avenir Guide to Russian Labor Law and HR Administration, which gives a clear and structured description of the provisions. This book will guide the foreign legal counsel, HR specialist and executives to understand the living provisions of the present day regulations of the Russian labor law. The Guide gives a detailed and comprehensive survey of such issues as hiring and firing (with a special emphasis on top-managers), work permits, compensations, work protection, liability, labor disputes and so on. In addition to the descriptive part it contains a glossary of Russian legal terms relative to Labor Law and HR paired with their English translations.This is a new second and considerably expended edition of this Avenir Guide At the beginning of the century Russian labor legislation underwent a sweeping reform, and it is now that the legal practices are taking shape. Therefore, the Guide is primarily focused on the Russian Labor Code and gives a comprehensive account of its novelties, merits and demerits found in the regulations of the labor relations in practice. Frequently administrative regulations and court practices supplement, modify or even corrupt the legislation; this Guide goes when needed beyond the Labor Code to address these issues as well.This Guide is primarily designed as a concise manual for investors, managers and human resource personnel of foreign companies conducting business in Russia. At the same time, its clear and accessible style makes it a godsend for students and all those who want to get a general overview of the subject. The authors of the book are Jon Hellevig and Artem Usov partners with the law firm Hellevig, Klein & Usov Llc. Includes a glossary of Russian Labor Law and HR Administration terminology (English-Russian). Read the foreword here (In Russian - of the Russian version):
About the authors: About this book (In Russian):
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