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Labor Book to be Replaced by Employment Contract
5.08.2011 09:34
Labor Book to be Replaced by Employment Contract

The labor book can be abolished in Russia from 2012. The Ministry of Health will prepare the draft bill to introduce changes into the Labor Code of Russia.

      
“The decision to abolish labor books in Russia in 2012 is possible and in time”, said the deputy head of the Ministry Alexander Safonov at a news conference in Moscow on Thursday. He suggested to leave a 10-year transition period for those citizens who "get used to them”, that will let the people to finish their labor activity with the book.

      
The official added, that "now an employment contract is the most effective way to protect worker's rights." The labor book is the main document, which records an employment history and is used to form a pension case to calculate the pension accurately and precisely. This function will be fulfilled by personal record at the Pension Fund of Russia.

      

www.ria.ru


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian society Russia work in Russia   

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