KMEZ Collective Agreement Best in Chelyabinsk Region

20 January 2017 (14:30)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, January 20, 2017. Russian Copper Company’s Kyshtym Copper Electrolysis Plant (KMEZ) won bronze in the annual Collective Agreement Contest held among Chelyabinsk Region-based companies with 1,000 to 2,000 employees, Russian Copper Company’s press service reports.

‘The contest is coordinated for local businesses and organizations by Chelyabinsk Region’s trilateral social/labor relations committee. The goal is to improve the way social/labor relations get regulated through collective agreements and to make the companies’ decision-making process more efficient. Companies’ Collective Agreements were evaluated based on the following criteria: pay and social benefits; job safety; employment rate; and corporate social responsibility program,’ the press service says.

Sixty-three businesses applied to compete in the contest last year, with forty-eight applications from seventeen Chelyabinsk Region cities and towns getting accepted: there were twenty-eight non-state and twenty state-run organizations competing all in all. In the end, thirty-seven applicants won in this or that category.

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