Dear friends, we invite you to the webinar ” Briefly about the main thing: labor relationship”, which will be held by the head of the legal support and state order department – the head of the contract service of KSMU Lev Nikolayevich Antoshin.
Each applicant, when entering into an employment relationship with an employer, must be guided by the current labor law norms enshrined at the legislative level in the territory of the Russian Federation. When employed in an organization, it is necessary to know about the legality of the activities that it carries out, to clearly understand your rights and obligations so that they do not contradict the established rules of law and are carried out within the framework of the law. Often, when hiring, young professionals encounter careless employers or fraudulent organizations, causing themselves both moral and material damage, expressed in the incurring responsibility for illegal actions in the course of their professional activities, which were the result of the superficial involvement of the applicant in the preparation of documents upon admission to work. To avoid such troubles, we invite you to visit our webinar!
As part of the lesson, you will learn:
– what are the norms of the Labor Code currently in force in the Russian Federation;
– what documents do you need to have when applying for a job;
– what is an employment contract, a civil law contract, and what are the differences between them;
– about the probationary period and its characteristics;
– what are the rights and obligations of the employee and the employer;
– about the tasks and functions of the state labor inspectorate.
The webinar will take place on February 24, 2022 at 16:30!
To participate in the event, you must pre-register at the link: https://forms.gle/HPH57hbXocmNC3By9.
All registrants will receive a Zoom meeting ID and access code a few days before the event.
For more information, contact the Graduate’s Employment Center:
Phone: +7 (4712) 58-86-37.
Community VKontakte: vk.com/ctvkgmu.
The Graduate’s Employment Center wishes you knowledge and competencies in legal matters!