The new draft of the Labour Code, which already had a long discussion in the Parliament, the transformation involves working population almost as slaves.
The draft of the new Labour Code, which MPs can take after the fall elections, there are many moments, leveling the rights of workers. According to "The newspaper Kiev", the document allows the employer to increase the time and load. Article 143 of the new Code gives the right to establish a 12-hour day.
According to the doctor of medical sciences and head of the department of the Institute of Occupational Medicine Antonina Monti, the document does not itemized compensation for the four hours of additional work time — provided no vacation time, no time off, no cash payments. Actually work becomes dependent on the whims of the employer. 12-hour day — it is also a violation of the recovery of the body, a direct way to increase the disease.
In addition, the Code provides for an increase of probation and six months. That is, every six months the employer may conduct rotating staff from the nearly free labor (wages on probation usually quite different from the salary after it). The employer gets the right to make regulations required for their subordinates. This means that the boss can set dress code, to impose the language of communication, to introduce compulsory English courses and collect a fee.
Head is able to evade collective bargaining to regulate the organization of labor, fire mothers and single fathers, set in the offices and other work places surveillance. The code does not specify the degree of responsibility for filming without permission and is not regulated total right of the employer to manage videokompromatom.
Recall that in May, Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Tigipko said that the Labour Code is better to accept the election. The authors of the draft code are regionals Vasyl Khara, Alexander Stoyan, Yaroslav Sukhoi. In the first reading the draft law voted in 2008, at the end of 2009, he prepared for the second reading. Since consideration of the paper by the Verkhovna Rada is constantly delayed because of criticism from labor unions, community organizations and lawyers. The main claims — Lobbying interests of the employer.