On 8 December 2015, the AEB HR Committee held an open event, “Application of Federal Law No. 116-FL on the Ban on ‘Zayomny Trud’ and Rules for the Accreditation of Employment Agencies for the Right to Engage in Labour Leasing Activities: Expected Consequences for Employees and Employers after 1 January 2016”, organised by the AEB Labour Law Subcommittee.
The event was moderated by Olga Bantsekina, First Deputy Chairperson of the AEB Board, Chief Representative, Coleman Services UK.
In the first part of the event Rostrud representatives briefed the audience on the rules for the accreditation of private employment agencies for the right to engage in labour leasing activities. Rostrud reiterated that to ensure uninterrupted work as required by Law, employment agencies must submit the necessary documentation before 31 December, otherwise they will not be permitted to engage in the aforementioned activities.
The second part of event was conducted along the lines of a panel discussion with the participation of Olga Bantsekina, First Deputy Chairperson of the AEB Board, Chief Representative, Coleman Services UK; Liudmila Shiryaeva, Chairperson of the AEB Migration Committee, Government Relations Director, Tax & Law; Julia Borozdna, Chairperson of the AEB Labour Law Subcommittee, Partner, Pepeliaev Group; Evgeny Reyzman, Deputy Chairperson of the AEB Labour Law Subcommittee, Counsel, Baker & McKenzie. The panellists provided their interpretation of possible risks and advised on how to proceed once Federal Law No. 116-FL comes into force on 1 January 2016.
L–R: Olga Korchemkina, Deputy Head of Legal Department, Rostrud; Roman Strakhov, Head of Legal Department, Rostrud; Olga Bantsekina, First Deputy Chairperson of the AEB Board, Chief Representative, Coleman Services UK.