Ural Vagon Zavod Corporation offers job options for minors

19 January 2016 (13:08)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, January 19, 2016. Burevestnik Central Scientific Research Institute (a member enterprise of Ural Vagon Zavod Corporation) introduced a 1% quota for workers under eighteen (including orphans and children experiencing socioeconomic difficulties) in accordance with Nizhniy Novgorod Region’s legislation.

The company press service reports a sixteen-year-old was hired as an assistant at the Power Equipment Department on January 12, 2106.

‘Our team welcomed the new employee to the company in the course of a special ceremony. Under the Federal Children’s Rights Protection Act, he will work on preferential terms allowing him to combine work and studies and will undergo an annual medical checkup,’ the press service says.

Additionally, Burevestnik is cooperating with Nizhniy Novgorod Employment Center in offering holiday jobs to young people in the 14-18 age group; the idea is to decrease tension on the local labor market.

The institute hired seventy younger employees in 2015 all in all.

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