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Khabarovsk Territory turned out to be the leader in salary debt

Khabarovsk Territory turned out to be the leader in salary debt
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According to the Unified Interdepartmental Information System (EMISS), the Khabarovsk Territory turned out to be the leader in the growth of salary debts in Russia. At the same time, the national average wage arrears during the non-working month remained at the same level.

As they write "News”, The share of unpaid salaries increased the most in the Khabarovsk Territory: in March, residents of the region were not paid 14,6 million rubles, increasing the total amount by 382% to 18,4 million rubles. According to the vice-rector of the Financial University under the government of Alexander Safonov, a decrease in timber supplies to China could affect the payment of salaries in the region.

A similar situation has arisen in the Chelyabinsk region (14,5 million rubles of debt were added during the month), Kemerovo (12,2 million rubles), Astrakhan regions (11,7 million rubles) and Sevastopol (10,7 million rubles). There are 31 such debtor regions, and all over Russia, employers owed 2,2 billion rubles to employees.

In case of delays in payment, experts advise contacting the State Labor Inspectorate, prosecutorial authorities or the court. Over the last week of April alone, at the request of the Russians, 146 million rubles of debt were repaid in 78 organizations.
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