Ache in Russia would be "a more expensive" - payments for sick leave will cut

Health and Social Development, introduced in the State Duma anti-social bill that radically alters the payment scheme for sick leave. The main thing about him is that 100% of average earnings will not be paid after 8 years of service, and after 15 years. And the hospital will be assessed on the basis of average earnings are not over 12 months and 24 months, says Rossiyskaya Gazeta . The new bill infringes on the rights of millions of young workers.

Now 80% of the average wage paid at the experience of 5-8 years, and will - 8-15 years.60% will be paid to those who worked less than 8 years (now - less than 5 years). In this case, the minimum temporary disability benefits will not be less than the minimum wage, in accordance with the requirement of the 130 th Convention of the International Labour Organization. Last change - pay the hospital three days by the employer (now two days).

Thanks to new rules of the fund budget deficit as it is today, will turn into a surplus. It is expected that changes will allow the Fund's budget to save 77 billion rubles.

However, trade unions and employers have opposed such arithmetic.The new bill will significantly retard the position of workers, especially young workers.

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