If your employer regularly violates the conditions stipulated in the employment contract - for example, does not pay wages, does not provide leave, or withholds part of the wages in the form of fines, you can contact the prosecutor's office. In order for the check to pass correctly and measures to eliminate the deficiencies were taken, it is necessary to clearly formulate your complaint and accurately state it in the application.
Find out the address of the prosecutor's office in the area where your business is located. You can draw up a statement yourself. But if the need arises, you can turn to a lawyer for help.
Address the application to the name of the district attorney. In the header, indicate your name and surname, as well as your address and contact phone number.
State the essence of your problem. It is advisable to avoid emotional words and describe the facts as accurately as possible. If you have noticed several violations, indicate them point by point. For example, note that your business regularly experiences delays in wages and overtime without recalculation, or problems with vacation and sick leave.
Collect documents confirming the information provided. These can be certificates in the form 2-NDFL, explanatory notes, statements addressed to the head of the enterprise, explanatory. Make copies of them and attach them to your application. At the end of the application, be sure to include a list of attached documents.
After completing the registration of the application, also make a copy of it. Keep all original documents and a copy of the application to the prosecutor's office in a separate folder. Perhaps later these papers will be useful to you when filing a statement of claim in court.
You can take the application to the prosecutor's office personally or send it by registered mail with acknowledgment of receipt. Within a month, a prosecutor's check on your question should be carried out, after which an official response will be sent to the address you indicated, which will list the measures taken. Having received such a letter, remove a copy from it and attach it to the already collected folder of documents.
You do not have to apply to the prosecutor's office in person. If you write a complaint about yours to the labor inspectorate, the inspector, after checking, can submit an application to the prosecutor on his own initiative. Then you can find out about the results of the check from the inspector. In this case, the verification process can take up to two months.
If you are not satisfied with the results of the check, you have the right to submit an application to a higher authority - the city or regional prosecutor's office. Keep in mind that such a request requires compelling reasons - for example, deliberately delaying the inspection or the refusal of the district prosecutor's office to tell you the results.