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Employers will be required to keep workers in observatories on Sakhalin

Employers will be required to keep workers in observatories on Sakhalin
Photo: sakhalin.gov.ru

In the Sakhalin Oblast, employers will be obliged to bear the costs of maintaining visiting workers at the observatories. The corresponding decree will soon be released in the local government. It is assumed that entrepreneurs who have invited employees to the island will conclude contracts with observers and pay for living expenses.

According to the press service of the governor of the region, now there are 22 observers in the region. Most of them are located in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. Hotels, sports and fitness centers were adapted for the maintenance of citizens. The local Rodny Ostrov Foundation took over the costs of servicing 300 beds organized on the basis of the Vostok Children's Camp.

At the expense of the employer, employees of the Eastern Mining Company and oil and gas companies working on offshore projects Sakhain-1 and Sakhalin-2 are now isolated. Previously, organizations were obliged to inform authorities in advance of workers arriving in the islands.

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