Titov asked mishustina to change the condition of the state program loans

Authorized under the President of Russia for entrepreneurs ' rights protection Boris Titov asked the Prime Minister of Russia Mikhail mishustina to adjust one of the conditions of obtaining the loan at 2% under the state program of support of employment, namely the preservation of the number of employees. Letter of the Ombudsman is available to RIA Novosti.

One of the conditions for obtaining such a loan is the preservation of company number of employees at the level of 80-90% in a period reminiscent of Titov in the letter. He indicates that to assess the conservation of the number of employees used these forms of "Information on insured persons" (SCB-M). It takes into account all the involved persons for whom premiums are paid, including on the basis of contracts grazhdansko-legal character, without division into categories.

A similar situation continues, the business Ombudsman, is observed in the case of dismissal of a permanent employee and hiring another employee for one month. Form szv-M in the following month there will be a reduction in the number of considered individuals, but in fact will not reduce the number of employees. Thus, even with reduced regular employment one-time hold persons on civil contracts in the coming months will allow to comply with the formal criteria for obtaining and using, for example, loans in form szv-M the number of these persons does not decrease.

"This approach is contrary to the intent of state support in which the emphasis is on the need to maintain exactly the number of workers, that is constantly involved in performance of job duties persons", - said Titov. To solve the problem he proposed to change the method of determining the number of employees. In particular, in addition to use monthly data szv-TD, which takes into account the fact of retirement or hiring of employees.

Earlier, Titov had reported this issue in a letter to the head of the Central Bank Elvira Nabiullina. He asked the Governor to increase the limits of the state program of loans at 2% and make them more accessible for business.