MOSCOW, April 1 – RIA Novosti. The federal register of unemployed citizens, which will allow persons without a permanent place of residence to register as unemployed, should be created in the Russian Federation, according to the annual report of the ombudsman for human rights in Russia Tatyana Moskalkova.
The document notes that the issue of removing unnecessary restrictions on the right to access the services of employment agencies remains relevant. To register as an unemployed citizen, a citizen has the right to apply only to institutions at his place of residence.
“At the same time, as practice shows, applicants who are not registered at the place of residence in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, where they actually live, face difficulties. The solution to this problem can be facilitated by the establishment of a federal register of unemployed citizens, which will allow persons who do not have a permanent place of residence to register as unemployed, “- follows from the document.
Also, the Russian ombudsman in her report drew attention to the aggravation of the topic of “shadow” wages, especially in the context of a pandemic. The spread of the coronavirus
In her opinion, in addition to enhancing educational work, it is necessary to strengthen administrative responsibility for evading an employment contract, as well as for administrative offenses that impede the exercise of their powers by state labor inspectors. “The relevant proposals can be taken into account in the new Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation”, – is specified in the materials.
Moskalkova also noted the existence of difficulties in registering with trade unions.
“It seems expedient to recommend to the Ministry of Justice of Russia to strengthen control over the implementation by its territorial bodies of the provisions of paragraph 8 of paragraph 1 of Article 8 of the Federal Law” On trade unions, their rights and guarantees of activity “, containing a ban on refusal to register trade unions, their associations (associations), primary trade union organizations “, – follows from the report.