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Couriers seize goods, strikers are fired: the riot continues in the market square

In the Moscow region, couriers arrived at several points of issue of the order, the owners of which were on strike against the new rules of the enterprise and were going to withdraw the goods. This was reported in the telegram channel “Attention, Moscow”.

The couriers reported that management had ordered to collect the rest of the goods, but they refused to show the documents proving that they were market employees, and after threatening to call the police, they fled.

Telegram channel “Baza” information appearedthat all employees who joined the strike will be dismissed and that the accounts of the owners of the PVZ will be blocked within the hour. GPC contracts will be terminated within the hour, and the company’s personnel department will deal with employees who are employed under an employment contract. The company will also part ways with the collection point owners, who have discussed further fines. They violated one of the terms of the offer, which prohibits criticism of the company’s actions.

The reason for the closure of market order issuing points across the country was the endless fines. From March 3, new changes appeared. The owners of the PVZ began to be fined for returning damaged or confused goods.

Deputy of the State Duma Dmitry Gusev saidthat amendments to the current legislation are in preparation on the fact of the all-Russian strike. The new bill will prohibit companies from unilaterally changing the terms of contracts. Also, the FAS will hold a meeting on the fact of the strikes.

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