One of the main issues for employers is a lack of properly developed and executed HR documents. There are often cases when, due to the lack of job descriptions, code of conduct, labour regulations, material liability agreements, and other important legal documents, the employer's interests are not protected and employers cannot apply sanctions against unfair employees. To avoid these risks, we draft the following HR documents for our clients based on our many years of experience and the individual features of their business:
  • employment agreement (appendixes thereto): for CEOs of the company, employees working under the schedule of five(six)-days a week, shift work, rotation-based work, job-combining work; individual (joint) material liability agreements with employees, employees' non-disclosure undertakings, training agreements;

  • administrative regulatory documents: code of conduct, job descriptions, labour payment regulations, bonus policy, and other regulatory documents;

  • standard employment orders on hiring, transfer, termination of employment, leaves schedule, worksheets, staff schedule, etc.

  • Drafting labour agreements for Kazakh subsidiaries of major international companies specialising in the manufacture of aircraft and aerospace technology, and power equipment, Kazakh gold mining company;

  • Implementation of the new form of a labour agreement in Kazakh Subsidiary Bank of a major European Financial Holding;

  • Drafting a bonus clause for Kazakh subsidiary company of a major International Engineering Holding;

  • Drafting job descriptions, labour regulations for representative offices of a major Innovative Production Company, American company - one of the world market leaders in manufacturing and marketing consumer goods, the international group that produces confectionery.ers in manufacturing and marketing consumer goods, the international group that produces confectionery.

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Bolat Miyatov Partner, Head of Corporate Law Department Inquire
Nurbol Kissembayev Partner, Branch Director Inquire
Zaira Kaysar Partner, Branch Director in Atyrau and Aktobe Inquire
Ummi Jalilova Partner, Director of Baku office Inquire
Marina Kolesnikova Counsel Inquire
Dmitriy Tyan Representative in Kyzylorda region and the town of Baikonur, Attorney Inquire
Marat Atyshev Representative in Shymkent and Taraz, Advocate Inquire
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