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Factory workers in Primorye complained about salary cuts

Factory workers in Primorye complained about salary cuts
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At the Progress seaside factory, a salary scandal erupted. Workers complained to the union that they were underpaid. The employer's orders left employees without a portion of the allowances. Now about 300 people intend to go to court.

By order of the plant on remuneration, the salary for non-working days is made in the amount of the salary, taking into account the regional coefficient and the Far East allowance, but without taking into account the peculiarities of working conditions, individual performance indicators and the specifics of the work performed. As the press service of the Federation of Trade Unions of the Primorsky Territory reports, as a result, certain categories of pieceworkers have already lost up to 40 thousand rubles in March-April - half of their average salary before the restriction regime was introduced. Those who worked on the salary system received less than eight to ten thousand rubles. At the same time, the plant has been operating at full capacity since April 13.

The management of the enterprise refers to the decrees of the president, emphasizes that they entered the work schedule in stages, however, the trade unions note that the decrees explicitly say that the salary is in full. The employer refers to the difficult financial situation, but the trade unions say that the plant is included in the list of backbone enterprises in Russia, has the right to soft loans and subsidies.

The trade union labor inspectorate Profavia is preparing an appeal to the State Labor Inspectorate of Primorsky Krai with a request to repeal the normative act that hit workers' salaries, and 300 plant employees said they would go to court.

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