The head of the FNPR called for a review of the policy of attracting migrants to work
The head of the Federation of independent trade unions of Russia (FNPR) Mikhail Shmakov believes that the policy involvement of migrants should be revised, as some employers are cutting costs, attracting migrants willing to work for less money.
Previously, the newspaper "Izvestia" reported that the Russian authorities are discussing the possibility of requiring employers to give preference to Russian citizens and not foreigners when applying for skilled work. According to the newspaper, the advice on this subject take place in our group to implement the concept of state migration policy of the presidential administration.
He noted that some employers to reduce wage costs attract migrants who accept lower pay for their work, and the citizens of Russia do not take.
The head of the Federation stressed that this situation must be ended, but said that the proposed language unknown to him, need to see details of the document.