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Oct. 1—Foreign workers, except skilled employees, employed in the Russian Federation qualify for the mandatory paid sick leave policy, and their employers must pay a mandatory social levy of 1.8 percent of salary, the Russian Federal Social Insurance Fund ruled in Letter No. 02-09-11/15-15838 clarifying provisions of Federal Law No. 407-FZ. Foreign workers become eligible to benefit from the paid sick leave policy after six month of payments by employers
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The full text of Letter No. 02-09-11/15-15838 is available in Russian at http://www.consultant.ru/document/cons_doc_LAW_185714/.
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