Turning the Page to 2021:
Key Changes in Russian Labour Laws

  • When: 12 January 2021
  • Type: Virtual

Join member firm, ALRUD, as they host the webinar "Turning the Page to 2021: Key Changes in Russian Labour Laws".


Turning the Page to 2021: Key Changes in Russian Labour Laws


Tuesday, January 12
8:00 - 9:00 PM (Moscow Time)

Remote work instigated by Covid-19, and rapidly-increasing digitalization of business processes in Russia, have accelerated Russian lawmakers adopt a number of new significant changes amendments of Russian labour laws, which will occur from January 1, 2021.

During the webinar, ALRUD experts will outline key practical aspects of changes in Russian labor law, their implementation by companies, address new requirements and measures to be taken to formalize and mitigate potential exposure of employers to risks of claims or liabilities.

The following topics will be covered:

  • Remote Employees - What's New?: New types of remote work, alternation of remote work and office work, temporary transfer to remote work in emergency cases, new grounds for dismissal of remote employees, amendments to internal policies due to new remote work regimes, health & safety requirements of remote work, cybersecurity issues, etc.
  • Electronic document flow in Russia - From Paper to Technology: Basic rules in Russia, digital signatures, using technologies for remote cooperation, practical experience and recommendations.
  • Hot topics in 2021: Hiring individuals located in Russia, use of agency workers, employees’ inventions, health & safety rules, key migration issues in 2021.

    Who Should Attend

    The webinar will be useful to top management and heads of legal departments, HR directors and professionals, officers responsible for employment, legal, data protection and compliance matters in Russia.


    Irina Anyukhina, Partner
    Anastasia Petrova, Of Counsel
    Elena Chershintseva, Associate

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    Should you have any questions, please contact [email protected].

Hosted By:

ALRUD Law Firm