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The Khabarovsk Territory will be supported by labor migrants

The Khabarovsk Territory was included in the list of priority areas for the development of labor migration of territories, becoming one of the 15 regions of the Russian Federation, which will be able to receive state support in hiring specialists from other regions of the country, the press service of the Governor and the Krai Government

“Federal legislation allows the regions to implement at the local level programs to increase the mobility of labor resources, - quoted the press service of the head of the regional Committee on Labor and Employment, Nadezhda Slyusareva. - Currently, the regional government has begun to develop such a program. Employers will be able to become its participants, who, having signed an agreement with the employment service and receiving a special certificate, will have the right to count on financial support from the state when hiring workers from other regions of the Russian Federation. "

According to Slyusareva, a mandatory condition for obtaining a certificate will be the fact of hiring a specialist for an unlimited or fixed-term employment contract lasting more than three years and the enterprise's readiness to invest its own funds in the move of a new employee of at least 75 thousand rubles. Then the total amount of state support paid to the company on co-financing terms may amount to 225 thousand rubles. Of these, approximately 150 thousand rubles for the organization will be transferred from the federal budget, another 75 thousand rubles - from the regional budget.

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