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Medvedev wants to upgrade labor legislation

Medvedev wants to upgrade labor legislation
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Dmitry Medvedev suggested revising the country's labor legislation in view of the situation that has arisen due to the pandemic. He considers it necessary to carefully analyze the experience gained and to make labor legislation more modern.

This was announced by the chairman of the United Russia party during an online meeting on improving labor law. Medvedev noted that in conditions of self-isolation, many switched to the remote employment mode, due to which the line between work and private life blurred, and this can lead to chronic stress.

Earlier, Dmitry Medvedev allowed the transition to four day working week in Russia.

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