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Kostroma employers are waiting for “black” Tuesday

The mayor’s office maintains a “hot line” for labor rights violations.

The press service of the Kostroma city administration reports that on Tuesday, March 7, another “hot line” will be organized on the issues of employers’ compliance with labor laws and the labor rights of citizens.

From 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., everyone can call 42-44-13 to tell city hall specialists about all kinds of sins of their bosses – delays in paying wages (as well as paying wages in black money) to forced dismissal of their own free will or to the establishment of “informal” labor relations (i.e. without formalization).

The town hall will pay particular attention to reports of violations of the labor rights of workers mobilized in the army and citizens of pre-retirement age.

According to all reported facts, the state labor inspectorate will carry out checks and, if violations are found, will transfer the documents to the prosecutor’s office.

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