The head of the HRC urged to keep jobs for mobilized
The mobilized employees should keep their jobs, Valery Fadeev believes. He also urged businesses to get rid of the risks of recruiting CEOs and individual entrepreneurs with employees =”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
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While there are no norms prescribing the procedure for the mobilization of Russians announced the day before, in this situation, the recruit should keep his job as if he had been sent to military training, said Valery Fadeev, head of the Human Rights Council.
He explained that in the case a call for military service with an employee, you can terminate the employment contract, and if an employee goes to serve under a contract, he must quit of his own free will.
“I think that a mechanism for saving a job can be introduced here who comes to the place of the mobilized must understand that after his demobilization he will vacate this place, — said Fadeev.
He noted that another problem for business could be the mobilization of a general director who acts as a guarantor for loans to a legal entity, or an individual entrepreneur who has employees on his staff. The head of the HRC urged to pay attention to such cases and save businesses from additional risks.
Fadeev said that among the measures being discussed to support the mobilized, there is a proposal that the state take over payments on mortgage and consumer loans for the period of service. However, he pointed out, it is necessary to establish limits on the maximum amount of payments.
In general, the head of the HRC emphasized, it is urgent to take legislative measures to resolve such issues. Fadeev also believes that they should have retroactive effect, that is, apply to those mobilized before the adoption of the document, and also include a period of combat training.
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Partial mobilization was announced by President Vladimir Putin on the morning of September 21. Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that 300,000 reservists would be mobilized and trained or retrained. They will be assigned the status of contract soldiers, after which they will be able to receive the appropriate payments.
Mobilization will affect privates and sergeants under 35 years old, junior officers up to 50 years old and senior officers up to 55 years old. First of all, shooters, tankers, artillerymen, drivers will be called. Those who are registered with the military and are abroad “on a short trip” can also be mobilized.
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