HR-manager is a person managing the personnel: he or she hires new people, supports, motivates and helps them. Difficult as it is, this job is also interesting. The HR-manager has to find common language with everyone, he or she is supposed to be an accomplished psychologist and possess communication skills. Moreover, such a manager has to always strive for improvement, to be well-rounded and to keep track of all new trends and nuances of the labor market.
In an era of informational technologies remote work does not come as a surprise. Quite the reverse, it has become a fact of life both for employees and employers. Moreover, lots of people purposefully search for opportunities of remote work. In fact, there are many reasons for this, starting with time-saving and down on to psychological health and personal preferences. The most common reason, however, is kids, especially the small ones. Naturally, it is of importance for the parents to not only financially support their families, but also to spend as much time as possible with their children, watch them grow and develop, to be with them 24/7.
It was obvious that the matter of remote work would not be ignored in terms of legislation. Considering an incredible popularization of working remotely and from home, a question has arisen as to whether the state would exert its control over it. It is to this end that the Ukrainian Parliament, Verkhovna Rada, has passed a law regulating remote work and work from home. The law also contains explanations of the two kinds of work, as well as conditions for the labor contract, rights, and obligations of parties. It is worth finding out to what extent this law has influenced the working conditions of ordinary Ukrainians.
According to the statistics, as of January 2021 there are 477 thousand of unemployed with only 43 thousand of available jobs. Just think of how high the rate is today and what the numbers might look like tomorrow!
According to the latest forecasts, the next 5 years are going to prove crucial, for over 85 million people will have lost their jobs by that time. The so-called “revolution of robots” is to blame
Executives depend on the quality of their people to achieve their corporate and personal career goals.
Quite often we draw on international experience. This goes for all fields of our lives, which renders them simpler. In order to facilitate the recruitment process, we have also borrowed a few things from international companies, namely the signing of the “job offer” between the candidate and the employer.
The State Labor Service of Ukraine (SLSU) has announced its intention of establishing a stricter control over businesses employing new staff. The corresponding checks will be also conducted with the support of the employees of the SLSU, National Police, employment centers, The Pension Fund, local authorities, etc. The main goal of these checks is to reveal any unreported employment.