The success of any business depends to a large extent on the team that ensures its functioning and works on its development. Regardless of the number of employees in the enterprise, it is important to properly formalize labour relations with them. In today’s world, it is not enough to simply conclude the employment contract and notify the regulatory authorities about hiring an employee. The employer must be ready to resolve such issues as: ensuring the safety of commercial and confidential information of the enterprise, settling legal relations with the employee when the latter creates an object of intellectual property right, establishing a regime of homework, establishing various forms of employee incentives, etc.
This is also complicated by the strict control of the state authorities on the employer’s compliance with the labour legislation, for violation of which penalties are often too high.
In order to protect your rights as an employer, to avoid disputes with employees or to prepare for them as best as possible (to protect your interests), to prevent cases of enticing the clients away from the enterprise to the enterprise of former employees, cases of disclosure of commercial and confidential information, to pass inspection “painlessly” by the state authorities, we recommend that you contact the lawyers – specialists in the labour legislation.