Summary

Ukrainian Labour Law has inherited a significant number of concepts and approaches from the Soviet era. Despite numerous changes, the Labour Code, which is the key piece of legislation regulating employment matters, remains highly employee-focused. Since Ukraine became independent, specific statutes have been adopted to deal with labour safety, remuneration, leave, collective bargaining agreements, employment of the population and employment of foreign nationals.

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