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Repaid the debt for salary 2880 employees of the Mining and Chemical Company Bor in Primorye

More than 18,6 million rubles of wage arrears were returned to 2880 employees of Bor Mining and Chemical Company Primorye Territory, reports Rostrud.

The only manufacturer in Russia of high-quality products from its own mineral raw materials and one of the world's largest producers of boron-containing products, JSC Mining Chemical Company Bor, violates the terms of payment of wages to its employees, this notice was previously submitted to the Federal Service for Labor and Employment.

On this occasion, an unscheduled inspection was carried out to check whether the employer complied with the labor legislation. The employer took measures to eliminate the debt even before the completion of control and supervisory activities.

Rostrud will control possible further irregularities in terms of salary payments. At the moment there is no salary debt.

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