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Relocation with the support of the state became available in all regions of the Far Eastern Federal District

In accordance with the Order of the Government of the Russian Federation dated June 7, 2019 No. 1234-p, four more subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District - the Republic of Buryatia, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), the Trans-Baikal Territory and the Jewish Autonomous Region - are included in the list of subjects of the Russian Federation which is considered a priority. This order extended the program of increasing the mobility of labor resources to all 11 subjects of the Far East. In accordance with the program, employers in the Far East can receive support from the federal and regional budget to attract employees.

Sergey Khovrat, General Director of the Human Capital Development Agency in the Far East, commented: “We are pleased that the program to increase labor mobility will be available in all regions of the Far East. First of all, it provides employers with an additional tool of state support in attracting personnel in those specialties that are not available in the local market or whose offer is limited. For employees, it is an opportunity to receive compensation from the company for relocation, housing rent, settling in a new place or retraining as part of a signed labor contract. ”

In 2019, 35 Far Eastern companies are scheduled to participate in the program in all but four of the newly affiliated entities. The number of employees to attract under the program will be 844 people. Among the enterprises participating in the program: SCS "Star", "VaninoTrasnUgol", Urgalugol and others.

“The extension of the program to four new subjects was preceded by the Agency’s work with companies in the regions: our specialists met with representatives of employers, identified the existing need for resource attraction unsecured by the market, and explained the benefits of participating in the program, the sequence of work. Relevant motivational appeals were sent from the heads of the regions to the Ministry of Labor of Russia, who oversees the program, ”explains the head of the ARLAA Far East.

The practical implementation of the program for the four entities will begin in 2020, when regional programs will be agreed and approved.

From 2019, the labor mobility program can be used even when moving to work from one region of the Far East to another. Today, the opportunity to attract workers from the Far Eastern regions is provided for in the Primorsky and Khabarovsk Territories, the Sakhalin Region. The authorities of other regions, at the initiative of the employers participating in the labor mobility program, can also provide this opportunity.

In accordance with the terms of the program, financial support is provided to the employer for the subsequent provision of one or more support measures to employees, including transportation costs for the employee and his family members for moving to the place of work; costs associated with the transportation of personal property of the employee and his family members; the cost of hiring, rental housing, utility bills; the costs of employee vocational training and / or additional vocational education; expenses for the arrangement of the employee and his family members.

The amount of financial support varies in different regions. In the Khabarovsk Territory, the amount of support reaches 1 million rubles per employee. In the other subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District participating in the program, the amount of financial support ranges from 225 thousand rubles (Kamchatka Krai, Amur region, Magadan region, Sakhalin region) to 457.5 thousand rubles (Primorsky Krai) and 625 thousand rubles (Chukotka autonomous district).

Companies attracting employees under the labor mobility enhancement program, as a rule, have consistently high demand for personnel, which, for objective reasons, cannot be satisfied in the local labor market.

You can get acquainted with the vacancies of companies with the support of moving under the program of increasing labor mobility on the site  Work in Russia , as well as on the portal Work in the Far East .

Information provided by the press service of the Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East



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