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Khabarovsk buses are forced to stop work in connection with the situation with regard to wages of employees

Khabarovsk Vesti reported that regional buses intend to stop work in connection with the unfavorable situation with respect to the wages of employees.

The chairman of the primary trade union organization KhPATP № 1 Vasily Ostapenko emphasizes that employees do not have a goal to stop the work of the enterprise, but want fair wages.

Andrey Slobodenyuk, head of the transport department of the Khabarovsk administration, admits that there is a problem: “The problem with wages does exist. Today's transport tariff covers the costs of the company by about 2/3. Of course, wages suffer from this. There is also the problem of insufficient staffing, staff turnover, ”says Andrei Slobodenyuk.

In June 2013, employees of the Municipal Unitary Enterprise “KhPATP No. 1” have already picketed the government of the Khabarovsk Territory. The reason for the strike was also dissatisfaction with low wages. At a meeting with the regional authorities, the MUP employees were promised to deal with the situation, however, according to Vasily Ostapeko, no changes have yet occurred.

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