The labour Ministry has prepared a bill aimed at increase of mobility of labor resources in the country, says “Russian newspaper”. Document submitted to the government. Citizens in case of adoption of the bill will be easier to move to work in other regions, and employers will be more opportunities to offer them shelter and to offset the costs of moving.

Now, the regions included by the government in a special list, approve the program of increase of labor mobility, taking into account staffing requirements for investment projects.

Then employers receive for one attracted from afar specialist 225 thousand rubles. These money will cover part of the costs of the relocation allowance or housing.

“The changes will help to involve in the programs of new employers and increase the number of attracted workers, – explained the Minister of labour and social protection Maxim Topilin. In particular, abolished a number of bureaucratic requirements for companies, such as the repetition of statements and repeated inspections of employers, while participating in the programs.”

The Ministry hopes that the new mechanism will be attractive to employers in the far East.

The bill proposes to allow to participate in programs not only companies that implement investment projects, but also just in need of new skilled workers, for example in connection with the expansion of production. In addition, the regions for the first time have the right to approve a set of measures to support employers and employees involved with all the local and sectoral specifics, say in the Ministry of labor.

Easier will be the mechanism for obtaining financial support – for example, due to the cancellation of a number of requirements, such as a ban on layoffs, which does not suit large and medium-sized employers.

In addition, it is proposed to cancel the norm of the repeated checks of employers and the provision of similar documents and reporting at various stages of participation in the programs.



The Russian Ministry of labor promises to increase mobility of labor resources 30.09.2017

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