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Putin has signed the law on electronic work books

Putin has signed the law on electronic work books
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Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law the introduction of electronic work books. They will be mandatory for those who will be hired for the first time since January 1, 2021. Everyone else will be offered a choice of electronic or paper media.

As reported RIA News, until December 31, 2020, the employee must determine the form of the work book and submit the appropriate application to the employer. In addition, at any time, information on labor activity can be obtained at the IFC, the Pension Fund, or at the State Service portal.

As previously reported in the Ministry of Labor of the Russian Federation, the transition to electronic work books will not require almost any additional costs from the budget. The law comes into force from the beginning of 2020, it will affect about 60 million working Russians.

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