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About the violated labor rights of the shortened dockers of the VCCI, the Far Eastern Transport Prosecutor's Office said - EastRussia | Far East

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The violated labor rights of the abbreviated dockers of the Commercial Sea Port were declared by the Far Eastern Transport Prosecutor's Office

As reported by the press service of the Far Eastern Transport Prosecutor's Office, the result of the prosecutor's inspection of PJSC Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port (VSPP) was the initiation of an administrative violation case

The violated labor rights of the abbreviated dockers of the Commercial Sea Port were declared by the Far Eastern Transport Prosecutor's Office
As previously reported to the Primorye Mass Media, the dockers of the CPPP a few days ago went to a protest rally against mass cuts planned by the administration of the enterprise.

The Far Eastern Transport Prosecutor's Office determined that no employment service or an elected body of the primary trade union organization of the enterprise was notified about the forthcoming reduction of dockers in the period established by law. This situation contradicts the requirements of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation.

Regarding VICP and the guilty official, cases were initiated in part 1 Article 5.27 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation (violation of labor legislation), Interfax notes.

Representation of the prosecutor's office on the elimination of violations. Paid to the head of the enterprise.

As reported, on August 9, more than 200, the dockers of the VSCP and their families took part in a rally, organized against the mass cuts in the workers of the port container terminal.

It was about the reduction of the VCPT this year, 59 dockers, machine operators, which was explained by the administration of the company due to economic necessity as a result of a general drop in cargo traffic.

Head of Primorsky Krai Vladimir Miklushevsky defended dockers.

Under the leadership of the first vice-governor Vasily Usoltsev, a working group was set up under the administration of the Krai, in which the representatives of the dockers' trade union of the CPPP and the port authorities will jointly solve the situation in the port.
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