EVRAZ Holding Directs RUB 86m to Children’s Summer Camp Stays

11 June 2019 (09:43)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, June 11, 2019. EVRAZ Holding Ural’s enterprises are coordinating their usual summer healthcare campaign. More than 3,700 employees of EVRAZ Nizhny Tagil Metallurgical Plant (EVRAZ NTMK) and EVRAZ Kachkanarsky Ore Mining and Processing Enterprise (EVRAZ KGOK) and their children are going to stay at summer camps and health resorts, with the funding partially covered by the company, EVRAZ Holding Ural’s Corporate Communications Center reports.

The holding allocated some RUB 86m to co-finance the summer recreation of the two companies’ employees and their children.

The children will be staying at the company-owned summer camps (Baranchinskiye Ogonki in Nizhniy Tagil and Chaika in Kachkanar) and in certain town-run camps. The company workers and their children will also be able to stay at Lenevka, Klyuchiki, Zeleny Mys, and other health resorts in different parts of Russia (including the Black Sea) within the framework of the Mother & Child Program.

The workers’ co-pay will depend on how long a particular employee has worked for the company and will come to 5% to 20% of the camp stay’s full cost: the company will supply the rest.

As a matter of fact, it is not only in the summer that the holding runs its healthcare campaigns. For one, Baranchinskiye Ogonki Camp is open all the year round; the same is true of Lenevka Health Resort.

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