Federal Agency for Labour and Employment
The Federal Service for Labour and Employment (Rostrud) is a federal executive body performing the functions of control and supervision over labor, employment, alternative civilian service, special assessment of workplace conditions and social protection issues; provision of state services in connection with employment promotion and protection against unemployment, labor migration, and settlement of collective labor disputes; and provision of social guarantees for socially disadvantaged groups stipulated by the laws of the Russian Federation.
The Rostrud is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry for Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation.
The Federal Service for Labour and Employment is governed by the Constitution of the Russian Federation, federal constitutional laws, federal laws, decrees of the President of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Russian Federation, international agreements of the Russian Federation, statutory acts of the Ministry for Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation, and this Regulation.
The Rostrud operates directly and through its local offices, in cooperation with other federal executive bodies, executive bodies of subjects of the Russian Federation, self-governing authorities, non-governmental organizations, and other organizations.