Robots or living people? How customer service will change in the next decade
Our life, the world around us, is changing at an incredible speed. Over the past 10 years, humanity has made a quantum leap in the development of technology. What seemed…

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Risks of transferring employees to individual entrepreneurs and self-employed
We talk about the main risks for an employer company that transfers its employees to self-employed and self-employed, and explain how to protect yourself from possible penalties from the tax…

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How to work with foreign suppliers: 8 successful aspects, FineDesignGroup experience
One of the key factors for the success of a store is the product range that the customer likes. If the product is of high quality, the price is affordable,…

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Pension reform: everything an employer needs to know

First and foremost: so far nothing has changed significantly. The increase in the retirement age will be gradual: each year the retirement age will increase by one year. Moreover, in 2019 and 2020, for those future pensioners who have reached the so-called “old” retirement age (60 years for men and 55 years for women), the increase will not be a year, but 6 months. Full-fledged changes, when the retirement age eventually grows by 5 years, will affect women born in 1968 and younger and men born in 1963 and younger. Continue reading

Sinful loans or slow death: 6 steps to not kill your business

Very often I come across the opinion of businessmen about the fact that business without loans is impossible.

Most of this is proved by those who are fed up with loans, but are trying to take more. Let’s look at loans that are taken for operational activities, and step by step see what to do in this situation. Most often, loans are taken to pay suppliers and, as it were, to “improve the business.” But business recovery is not in new loans, but in reorganization. We will analyze the situation and take a step-by-step action plan so that “sinful loans do not kill your business”. Continue reading

“Black List” of taxpayers: criteria and reasons for getting
Recently, some specialized and not-so-media outlets have reported that our Federal Tax Service has a black list of taxpayers. And then, as often happens in such cases, there was a…

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5 rules to avoid director criminal liability risks
Rustam Jane, a lawyer in criminal law practice, and Dmitry Lyapin, a lawyer at the Leontyev & Partners Law Firm, share five common examples from their practice when directors of…

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Work on bugs: how can a business get a good product by working with contractors
Inspections of the security service, analysis of contracts and amendments to lawyers suddenly make a ruthless bureaucratic machine out of the procurement department. The initial application undergoes a lot of…

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“They will be pulled ashore and stunned with a stick”, or How to conclude a contract on your terms
One day, during a training on negotiations, a woman came up to me and asked: “We make cakes. Recently concluded a contract with the network. They stayed at a discount…

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