MP Isaev: United Russia will soon discuss restrictions on remote work for non-residents 07:17

Andrey Isaev, deputy chairman of the United Russia party in the State Duma of the Russian Federation, said that the expert council of the group will soon consider a bill prohibiting non-residents of the Russian Federation from entering into employment contracts for remote work. profession. It has been reported TASS.

The parliamentarian stressed that the first version of the document has been sent to the council for consideration.

“The panel of experts will meet and discuss this in the near future. Interested [изменений] of the Labor Code,” stressed Isaev.

Isaev also noted that “debate continues” on another bill on the abolition of tax preferences and benefits for non-residents working under civil law contracts.

formerly Isaev declarationA bill banning remote work from abroad in some sectors is likely to be submitted to the State Duma in early 2023.

Details of the future bill that imposes restrictions on remote working for Russian workers from other countries are still unknown. Other details about the new initiative by the Russian parliamentarians were not included.

Source: Gazeta


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