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The law on "remote" can be adopted in the first reading

The law on "remote" can be adopted in the first reading
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The State Duma of the Russian Federation intends to consider the law on remote work immediately in the first reading in the spring session. The amendments will regulate work time, remuneration, providing a workplace for an employee and the introduction of electronic document management.

According to RIA News, about 5,6 million Russians are now working remotely. According to experts, the experience of telecommuting during an epidemic will be in demand, and after the lifting of restrictions, it is necessary to consolidate remote and combined employment by law.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke about the need to simplify the regulation of the remote employment regime. Over 40% of Russians called remote work more efficient.

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