Important Provisions of the RA Labor Legislation & Proposed Amendments

Armenian-Indian Center for Excellence in ICT (AITC) and Enterprise Incubator Foundation (EIF) are happy to announce a new one day business trainingThe training will be delivered by Mr. Tigran Kirakosyan, Labor law and Human Recourses Management Specialist.  

At present, HR Specialists face higher professional requirements than 3-5 years ago, since there is actually a greater emphasis on employee’s rights and their awareness.



  • Important provisions of the labor law, as well as the basics and procedures for the origin, change and termination of employment relationships
  • Detailed analysis of the changes mentioned in the Labor Code


HR (Human Resource Management Specialists) who want to acquire new professional knowledge and tools


  • Active labor code
  • The purpose and principles of the labor law
  • Basic provisions of the labor law
  • Procedure for the origin, change and termination of work relations and formulation
  • Working (shift) schedules
  • Formulation of additions and subsidies
  • Vacation descriptions
  • Work discipline
  • Analysis of other important issues

Amendments to the Labor Code:

  • Peculiarities of labor relations regulation for employers dealing with small business in the context of the Code
  • Non-working, holidays and memorial days for a person under the age of fourteen, except for sports and cultural events
  • New essential conditions for work
  • New conditions for professional education scholarships
  • New conditions for professional education scholarships
  • 24 hours daily working time clarification
  • Other clarifications
  • A new procedure for registering employees


Training start day: 

Training duration: 4 hours / 2 days

Training fee: 18 500 AMD (VAT is included)


Participants will be provided with the necessary materials. At the end of the training participants will receive a certificate of participation.



As the number of participants is limited the selection will be made on "first come - first served" basis. The selected students will be notified additionally. For more information please call us at 010/93/99 556810.