Release:2016, Vol. 2. №1
About the author:Larisa V. Zaytseva, Cand. Sci. (Law), Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Labor Law and Entrepreneurship, Tyumen State University; email@example.com
Abstract:Representatives of the parties involved in labor and other concerned relations in some cases can perform intermediary functions. In addition, state government and local bodies in some cases of social partnership may act as representatives of employers, in others — as independent parties in negotiations, expressing public interest, whose activity according to its nature may be described as mediation and is aimed to ensure the interaction of trade unions and employers' associations. On the other hand, mediators in certain legal relations, for example, in employment can be seen as representatives of the party which was first to apply for mediation in search for a job or necessary staff.