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Amendments to the procedure for maintaining the labor books of foreign representative offices’ employees

08/ 08/ 2018
  On 18 July 2018, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted Resolution No. 571 and Order No. 513-p, which amended the process of maintaining foreign representative office employees labor books (Amendments). The Amendments are as follows: As of 24 July 2018, the heads of foreign representative offices must keep records of, store and issue the labor books.  As of 27 July 2018, the labor books of foreign representative office employees can no longer be stored with the Directorate-General for Rendering Services to Diplomatic Missions (Directorate-General) and/or other relevant entities (bodies). Previously, the Directorate-General and/or other entities (bodies) (depending on the location of the representative office) had the authority to store and maintain the labor books of foreign representative offices employees. *  *  * In connection with the Amendments, now, foreign representative offices not only have to obtain the labor books of their employees from the Directorate-General (or other relevant entities), but also have to ensure the storage and maintenance of labor books according to applicable laws.     Additional notes This LEGAL ALERT is issued to inform Baker McKenzie clients and other interested parties of legal developments that may affect or otherwise be of interest to them. The comments above do not constitute legal or other advice and should not be regarded as a substitute for specific advice in individual cases. For more information, please contact: Lina Nemchenko, Partner Baker McKenzie, +380 44 590 0101 Mariana Marchuk, Counsel Baker McKenzie, +380 44 590 0101

On 18 July 2018, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted Resolution No. 571 and Order No. 513-p, which amended the process of maintaining foreign representative office employees’ labor books (“Amendments“).

The Amendments are as follows:

  • As of 24 July 2018, the heads of foreign representative offices must keep records of, store and issue the labor books. 
  • As of 27 July 2018, the labor books of foreign representative office employees can no longer be stored with the Directorate-General for Rendering Services to Diplomatic Missions (“Directorate-General“) and/or other relevant entities (bodies).

Previously, the Directorate-General and/or other entities (bodies) (depending on the location of the representative office) had the authority to store and maintain the labor books of foreign representative offices’ employees.

*  *  *

In connection with the Amendments, now, foreign representative offices not only have to obtain the labor books of their employees from the Directorate-General (or other relevant entities), but also have to ensure the storage and maintenance of labor books according to applicable laws.

 


 

Additional notes

This LEGAL ALERT is issued to inform Baker McKenzie clients and other interested parties of legal developments that may affect or otherwise be of interest to them. The comments above do not constitute legal or other advice and should not be regarded as a substitute for specific advice in individual cases.

For more information, please contact:

Lina Nemchenko, Partner Baker McKenzie, +380 44 590 0101

Mariana Marchuk, Counsel Baker McKenzie, +380 44 590 0101

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