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Tetyana Ivanovych, Counsel at ADER HABER, elected Head of the UAA Committee of Labor Law

11/ 06/ 2018
  According to the results of the Board meeting of Ukrainian Advocates’ Association, Tetyana Ivanovych, Attorney, Counsel at ADER HABER, has been elected Head of the UAA Committee of Labor Law Tetyana has over 10 years of successful track record in advising a range of international and domestic clients on various aspects of labour and employment law, including elaboration and negotiation of employment contracts and service agreements, remuneration and bonuses systems establishment, issues on secondment, outsourcing and outstaffing, termination of employment, redundancy procedures, foreign workers employment etc. Achievements of Labour and Employment Practice under the guidance of Tetyana Ivanovych have been highly commended by the following rankings: “Ukrainian Law Firms. A Handbook for Foreign Clients”, “50 leading law firms of Ukraine”, “Market Leaders. Ranking of Ukrainian Law Companies”, while our company was named “The Best Law Firm of the Year in the field of labor law”, according to the Legal Awards 2017. Since 2009 Tetyana Ivanovych is a permanent member of the working group of the Committee on Social Policy, Employment and Pensions of the Verkhovna Rada on the development of the Labor Code of Ukraine. In 2012 – 2014 Tetyana was a Board Member of HR Committee of European Business Association. I am grateful to the Association for supporting my program aimed at improving the legal status of labor and employment in Ukraine. As the Head of the UAA Committee of Labor Law, I plan to work on establishing a communication platform for discussing important issues regarding achieving a balance of interests between the needs of business in the field of employment and protecting employees’ rights and making joint decisions with the participation of representatives of state authorities, profile organizations, the legal community and business, Tetyana Ivanovych summed up.

According to the results of the Board meeting of Ukrainian Advocates’ Association, Tetyana Ivanovych, Attorney, Counsel at ADER HABER, has been elected Head of the UAA Committee of Labor Law

Tetyana has over 10 years of successful track record in advising a range of international and domestic clients on various aspects of labour and employment law, including elaboration and negotiation of employment contracts and service agreements, remuneration and bonuses systems establishment, issues on secondment, outsourcing and outstaffing, termination of employment, redundancy procedures, foreign workers employment etc.

Achievements of Labour and Employment Practice under the guidance of Tetyana Ivanovych have been highly commended by the following rankings: “Ukrainian Law Firms. A Handbook for Foreign Clients”, “50 leading law firms of Ukraine”, “Market Leaders. Ranking of Ukrainian Law Companies”, while our company was named “The Best Law Firm of the Year in the field of labor law”, according to the Legal Awards 2017.

Since 2009 Tetyana Ivanovych is a permanent member of the working group of the Committee on Social Policy, Employment and Pensions of the Verkhovna Rada on the development of the Labor Code of Ukraine. In 2012 – 2014 Tetyana was a Board Member of HR Committee of European Business Association.

“I am grateful to the Association for supporting my program aimed at improving the legal status of labor and employment in Ukraine. As the Head of the UAA Committee of Labor Law, I plan to work on establishing a communication platform for discussing important issues regarding achieving a balance of interests between the needs of business in the field of employment and protecting employees’ rights and making joint decisions with the participation of representatives of state authorities, profile organizations, the legal community and business”, Tetyana Ivanovych summed up.

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