Part of ongoing series of articles from ILF experts on dealing with "difficult" employees. This time the authors, sharing comments on important legal aspects, help figure out what to do when your employee is "burned out" for some reason.
Last week a family came to us saying they had been denied medical care for their child in a Kharkiv hospital because the father is a citizen of another country (the mother is a citizen of Ukraine). They asked for a certificate confirming the girl’s Ukrainian citizenship.
Remember the movie 300? Specifically the scene where the protagonist kicks an enemy into a pit with a wild howl of “This Sparta!” and then leads a small but competent team to do battle against an army of many thousands?
Until recently, business had been unable to affect healthcare in communities in any meaningful way. Yes, it was possible to give money to a hospital for renovation or new equipment.
The Cabinet of Ministers offers tax incentives and promises clear procedures for joint investment in projects important for the country.
Reform of the judiciary launched in early 2018 has reduced the number of courts and judges, improved their financial situation, introduced remote legal proceedings and expanded the responsibilities of lawyers and applicants.