Starting in 2021 in Russia-known officially-regulated employee labor paper books will gradually be replaced by electronic documents. This was announced by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, according to which employers it will save hundreds of millions of rubles, and citizens will save you from unnecessary trouble caused by the loss of the document.
The issue was discussed at the government meeting on 4 July. Innovations will affect about 60 million people and 8.5 million employers, according to “Rossiyskaya Gazeta”.
“It is expected that the new rules will come into force from 1 January 2021. For 2020 employers will prepare for these changes”, — leads edition of the words of the head of the Cabinet.
The reform provides the possibility of maintaining paper work book if it is more familiar and more comfortable.
This will need until the end of 2020 to write an application to the personnel Department of the enterprise. Information from labor “undecideds” from January 1, 2021 automatically transferred into the electronic format and the paper book is handed. The law will officially release the employer from liability for its storage.
While those who for the first time formalize the employment relationship, no options will be provided electronic labor.
One of the advantages of the electronic form of the document will be the inability the loss of information entered in the work book. Now in the case of loss you must create a copy by collecting information, including from the former place of employment.
On the eve, July 3, details have emerged of the concept of transfer of Russians on electronic passports. It was endorsed by Deputy Prime Minister Maxim Akimov, according to “Vedomosti”. Citizens of the Russian Federation may receive two versions of the passport — a plastic card with a chip and fully virtual passport free, secure mobile app. The chip card will be recorded with a digital profile of a citizen, including his electronic signature. And a copy of this information will be stored in a digital cloud.
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