most complaints related to lay-offs.

the Russians were three times more likely to submit complaints to the labour Inspectorate. The statistics of online applications from the beginning of the mode of working days to 20 may this year compared to the same period of 2019. The most frequent complaints associated with layoffs and payment of salaries. Many organizations are faced with falling income down to zero, and problems with wages expected and are unlikely to end soon, say interviewed by “Izvestia” experts.

From 30 March to 20 may (16:30 Moscow time) the Russians submitted to the labour Inspectorate 20,2 thousand complaints. This is three times more than the same date in 2019, when the Fes received 6,4 thousand complaints. Information of the Ministry, which examined the “news” only applies to complaints in online.

Most of the Russians spoke about the layoffs — this topic is 28% of complaints to the labour Inspectorate. In category includes violations such as illegal dismissal, non-payment calculation if the employer does not issue the work book.

On the second place in popularity complaints about wages — a quarter of all cases (26%). Talking about delays, deductions from earnings, salaries below the minimum wage. The three also included questions about the coronavirus and pandemic influenza issues — 22% of complaints. This category in the Fes will include the topics of sick leave, vacations, lay-off, idle associations registration at the labor exchange and others.

a Significant proportion of cases in Fes linked to other issues — 13%. Also in the inspection received a small number of complaints about the changes to working conditions (3%), about liability of the employer (2%), employment, working time (all 1%) , etc.

press service of the Fes noted that the site onlinespiele.Russia — one of the channels of appeal to the Department. Before the pandemic, the majority of complaints were received by mail and in person, said there. Now the primary communication channel — portal and telephone hotline. Now the treatment received from both workers and employers, said in a press service Fes. The increase in the number of messages is associated with the regulation of employment relations in non-working days, the Department said. From the General mass of received applications and calls of more than 90% are of an Advisory nature, added there.

Most citizens were interested in the procedure for remuneration of labor, employment, change of leave in connection with holidays, the procedure of remote work and labour protection, as well as the mode of work and rest when working remotely, specified in the press service Fes. They added that if the agencies provide in handling violations of St��Rhone employers, the measures of inspection response. Such requests about 7%.

Employers are required to continue to pay its employees wages during the entire period of holidays and in full. Possible organizations can continue to operate remotely, offering employees to work from home.

one would assume that the increase in the number of partially connected with the popularization of the format online-complaints. However, most likely, it is still a consequence of violations of labor rights, says the rector of the Financial University under the government of the Russian Federation Alexander Safonov. In addition to the General difficulties with the payment of salaries, the country has a problem with payments to physicians. Some companies moving employees in the administrative (unpaid) leave, somewhere people dissatisfied with the regime of working time — all this was reflected in the statistics of the labour Inspectorate, said the expert.

growth in the number of complaints concerning pay cuts and layoffs are quite expected, said Professor of the Department of labour and social policy, Institute of public service and administration Ranhigs Alexander Shcherbakov. Mode isolation imposed taboo for many workflows, buying, selling, business communication. Enterprises are unable to quickly navigate, how to behave so as not to lose their income. due this may have started a wave of layoffs of the staff to reduce costs, the expert assumes. Probably was the complaint does not fully reflect the intensity of social struggles, which is much sharper, because not all appeal to the labour Inspectorate, said Alexander Shcherbakov. In addition, the authority of the Ministry in our country is not so high, he added.

Even if the absolute number of complaints is now relatively small (20 thousand., and in a country of over 70 million workers), the crisis phenomena in the economy, as a rule, have a large “delayed effect,” said associate Professor civil disciplines REU them. G. V. Plekhanov Ruslan Allaliev.

the business will earn less and will once again face the challenge of reducing costs including staff, explained Ruslan Allaliev.

the Most common relationship problems worker-employer now the imposition of dismissals “at own will” or by agreement of the parties, temporary transfers, reducing working hours (and salary), said the lawyer Alexander Inoyatov. The specialist encourages employees to save all documents, including settlement sheets of paper, changing the mode of operation. If a person is illegally dismissed, it is important to quickly go to court, said Alexander Inoyatov. The Statute d��of vnosti in such cases is only one month from the date of delivery of the work book or the order of dismissal.

In the next six months 27% of Russian companies are planning to cut the salaries of its employees, 37% are thinking about reducing the staff, have informed “news” earlier. However, this is only a preliminary assessment and in reality the situation may develop differently, experts say. In particular, you should make adjustments for the measure of support from the authorities. Small and medium businesses of the most affected industries may gratis to receive from the state funds for the payment of wages (12 thousand rubles per employee). Also available to entrepreneurs interest-free loans to replenish the wage Fund at the rate of regional minimum wage for each employee.