Author (s): Lytvynenko V.

Work place:

Lytvynenko V.,

PhD in Law, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of

Public and Private law, Chernihiv Polytechnic National University,

Chernihiv, Ukraine


ORCID: 0000-0003-4206-0266


Language: Ukrainian

Scientific Herald of Sivershchyna. Series: Law 2023 No 3 (20): 41-48


The article analyzes the concepts of “labor organization” and “form of labor organization”, defines the types of forms of labor organization, in particular, according to the Code of Labor Laws. Such forms of labor organization as traditional or stationary, which have existed since the adoption of the Code of Labor Laws in 1971, are characterized. The second form of work organization is homework, which, in terms of the time it has been established in legislation, is more recent than the traditional one. Remote work, which, along with homework, became widely used and was later regulated in details by legislation due to the spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic, is the newest handicap in the organization of work according to the legislation of Ukraine. The article emphasizes the fact that such categories of labor law as the form of labor organization, working hours, working time regime should not be equated. These are different concepts that are used in this field of law to define, respectively, the system of measures of interaction of employees with each other and the employer and the organization of the production process (providing services) and the interaction of the employees with the means of production and their usage the duration of time during which the employee performs his work duties, the method of distribution of work during a certain calendar period. In addition, the article demonstrates the primacy of regulation of both home and remote work at the international level, in comparison with national legislation.

Key words: labor organization, form of labor organization, traditional (stationary) form of labor organization, remote form of labor organization, home form of labor organization.


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