Simple questions: the first series of videos
- June 21, 2022
- Category: News
The first series of “Simple questions” consists of three videos.
In this series, Ani Nazaryan, lawyer of “Center for Rights Development” NGO answers to #simplequestions about salary, employment contract and annual leave.
In the video, the expert talks about the salary specified in the contract and the net salary, working hours and days, the conditions for working overtime and the preconditions for paying a supplement, the periodicity of salary payment and the conditions for its changes.
In the video, the expert talks about terms for granting a leave, prerequisites and specifics of granting leave earlier than the 6-month period, leave granted in case of 5-day and 6-day working week and the procedure of payment for the annual leave.
In the video, the expert talks about contracts, their types, specifics, terms for probation, contract amendments, procedure for terminating the contract and the social guarantees from which the employee is deprived if he or she does not have a contract.
“Simple questions” is a format, which was designed to talk about complex issues in a simple way. The videos were developed and adapted to the format and content requirements of social networks, particularly Instagram and Tik-Tok platforms. This series is an attempt to show that even the most complicated phenomena can be talked about in an accessible language, not forgetting the target audience that uses the mentioned social networks. After all, labor law is very comprehensive and interesting to a relatively wider public.
In this series of videos, we gave experts simple and naive questions and received brief, competent and SIMPLE answers. In this series, Ani Nazaryan, lawyer of “Center for Rights Development” NGO answers to #simplequestions about salary, employment contract and annual leave.
In the second series of videos, socio-economic and cultural law expert Tatev Tokhyan answers #simplequestions about the labor rights of minors and strikes. You can see those series here.
Sofi Tovmasyan (journalist), Hrayr Sirakanyan (cameraman) and Artur Parsyan (editor) worked on the videos.
The videos were created with the support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development. The views expressed and the content of the materials herein are solely those of the Public Journalism Club and program partners and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the US Government.