She specializes in finding workers for low-skilled temporary labor: for seasonal, construction, earthwork and cleaning. According to "Echo Peterburga", workers will be invited to work via sms-messages. To get into the exchange database, a migrant will need to go through a paid registration, again via sms. The employer will also be charged a fee - up to RUB 80 for each … [Read more...] about The First Sms-Labor Exchange Was Created for Guest Workers in St. Petersburg
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Alexander Osipov In the Russian migration policy , no matter how it is defined and assessed, two stages can be distinguished since the beginning of the 90s. The first, conditionally "Yeltsin" - covers the period from the beginning of the 90s. until 2000, the second, conditionally "Putin's" - from 2000 to the present. The point of view prevailing among officials, … [Read more...] about What Does the Concept of “Regulation of Migration” Mean in Russia?
L. D. Erokhina, candidate of sociological sciences, The migration situation in Russia is becoming extremely acute. The severity of the problems associated with migration flows is largely due to the lack of proper policy on the labor market, imperfection of migration laws and the practice of receiving foreign labor migrants who poured into Russia in the 90s. of the past … [Read more...] about Migration regulation – Russian reality