Cases of violation of the labor legislation of the Russian Federation are quite common in some companies. If management violates your rights, you can file a complaint with one of the competent authorities.
It is necessary
- - statement of violation of rights;
- - materials for evidence.
Find out if the business has a union organization. The trade union is created mainly to protect the rights of employees and defend their violated labor rights and interests. If your firm is part of a larger business, it is likely that an already consolidated legal service will govern the offense.
Write a written complaint indicating the violated rights and send it to the appropriate authority. Claims should be described in as much detail as possible, indicating the time and place of the offense, as well as the persons who committed it. Be sure to secure the document with your personal signature.
Attach to the complaint materials that can be used as confirmation of the fact of violation of the Labor Code, for example, a copy of an employment contract, work book, accounting documents, job descriptions, copies of orders, etc.
Send your complaint to the regional State Labor Inspectorate if your organization does not have a union or the relevant authority has refused to accept your complaint. There are offices of the State Inspectorate in all major Russian cities. You can also find out which of the inspectors is in charge of your organization, and make an appointment with him.
When contacting the labor inspectorate, it is also necessary to prepare a complete package of documents, and register a written complaint with the office. The term for consideration of a complaint is usually a month. If the application is accepted, the employees of the state inspection will personally contact the management of the company and send a request demanding to eliminate the violations and restore the legal rights of the employee. If the management of the enterprise refuses to satisfy the requirements, the case is sent for further consideration to the district court.