The briefing session took place on Tuesday, April 10 at AmCham premises. Although the initiative to organize the event came from the Human Resources Committee, the attractiveness and usefulness of the topic drew a wider audience from the AmCham membership. Click her for the photo gallery.
After hearing legal aspects of labor inspections control, participants had an opportunity to learn more on the most common problems that could occur in practice during this process through actual examples and cases. With the aim of facilitating preparation of relevant documents in case of inspections control, the speakers had prepared handouts for participants that provided comprehensive information on employers’ obligations related to labor regulations and possible penalties for non-compliance. These include obligatory and voluntary acts and records that every employer should keep and the necessary content of an HR file for each employee.