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Exit from the "remote"? Have time to get the status of an SME!

On May 29, Elena Balashova, Managing Partner of Balashova Legal Consultants, together with her partners, Olga Grigorieva, head of Sterngoff Audit, and Daria Pogodina, head of Swilar, took part in an online conversation on a topical topic dedicated to the exit of companies from "remote", attracting foreign specialists to work and the advantages of obtaining SME status.

Which organizations can return to their usual mode of operation from June 1?
What requirements of Rospotrebnadzor are companies required to comply with from June 1, returning employees to work meta? How and by whom will compliance with these requirements be monitored?
How does the business consulting industry function during the pandemic? How are companies coping with the new challenges posed by the pandemic?
How is the return of employees to the office legally formalized?
What penalties are imposed on the organization in case of non-compliance with the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor?
What is an SME? Which enterprises can apply for inclusion in the register of small and medium-sized businesses?
Why is it important to get SME status during a pandemic? What are the features of obtaining SME status for foreign companies operating in Russia?  
What questions do auditors face when providing services for registration of the status of SMEs?
What problems do organizations face when applying for SME status? Why is it now that companies have a need to issue the status of an SME? What should companies do to get the status of an SME?
Foreigners who stayed in Russia: how to extend the validity of migration documents during a pandemic?
How do problems related to foreign employees affect business?
Recommendations to companies during the pandemic.