Methodological manual “Local Self-Government’s Control over Compliance with Labour Law” from AUC

Local self-government receives more resources and managerial powers, and hence more opportunities to influence various aspects of hromada life. Thus, at the end of 2016, the Law of Ukraine “On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine” (1774-VIII) was adopted, which assigned control over the observance of labour legislation and fines’ imposing for its violation to the jurisdiction of the executive bodies of city councils of cities of oblast significance and amalgamated hromadas.

Association of Ukrainian cities together with the State Service of Ukraine on Labour developed methodological recommendations “Local Self-Government’s Control over the Observance of Labour Legislation (DOWNLOAD).

“Our publication is intended to help local self-government bodies to increase the efficiency of activities in the areas of control over the observance of labour legislation, regulation of the situation regarding the competitive conditions of small and medium enterprises, employment “unshadowing” and local budget revenues increase,” said Oleksandr Slobozhan, executive director of the AUC.

 

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