The Perm plant was inspected for downtime


Downtime at the plant will last until April 1
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The State Labor Inspectorate of the Perm District conducted an inspection of the Svez plywood mill in the village of Uralsk. The reason was information about the temporary downtime of the company’s employees, according to the department’s website.

“Based on the results of the monitoring of the situation regarding the dismissal of employees in the Perm region, the State Labor Inspectorate sent a warning to SVEZA Uralsky LLC about the inadmissibility of violating the requirements of labor law,” the employer’s website said. says the Kama Region State Labor Inspectorate.

It was previously known that a part of the employees of the plywood factory in Uralsk were sent down (according to the data of the State Labor Inspectorate – 237 employees). According to Sveza’s press service, they are paid 2/3 of the average salary. Downtime at the plant will last until April 1. The company explained that it was forced to take the step “due to the current political and economic situation in the country”.

The United States, as well as several Western countries, have imposed sanctions on Russian companies, businessmen, officials and deputies. They became a response to a special operation by Russian troops on Ukrainian territory to demilitarize and denationalize the country. As President Vladimir Putin noted, the aim of the sanctions is to abolish Russia, ban its history and set a taboo on the country’s history and its role in major world events.

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The State Labor Inspectorate of the Perm District conducted an inspection of the Svez plywood mill in the village of Uralsk. The reason was information about the temporary downtime of the company’s employees, according to the department’s website. “Based on the results of the monitoring of the situation regarding the dismissal of employees in the Perm region, the State Labor Inspectorate sent a warning to SVEZA Uralsky LLC about the inadmissibility of violating the requirements of labor law,” the employer’s website said. says the Kama Region State Labor Inspectorate. It was previously known that a part of the employees of the plywood factory in Uralsk were sent down (according to the data of the State Labor Inspectorate – 237 employees). According to Sveza’s press service, they are paid 2/3 of the average salary. Downtime at the plant will last until April 1. The company explained that it was forced to take the step “due to the current political and economic situation in the country”. The United States, as well as several Western countries, have imposed sanctions on Russian companies, businessmen, officials and deputies. They became a response to a special operation by Russian troops on Ukrainian territory to demilitarize and denationalize the country. As President Vladimir Putin noted, the aim of the sanctions is to abolish Russia, ban its history and set a taboo on the country’s history and its role in major world events.

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