Employers in Russia consider it necessary to introduce programs for the rehabilitation and adaptation of employees and their families who have been mobilized. This is reported RBC with reference to a survey by Get experts, the Tinkov family foundation and the Leukemia Foundation.
As part of the study, 350 employers and 1,000 employees of companies throughout Russia were interviewed. The timing of the survey is not given.
The introduction of special programs was supported by 47% of respondents. 49% also approved of this idea, but believe that each case should be considered separately. Only 1% opposed.
The opinions of employers about what should be included in such programs are divided:
- 76% - help of a psychologist;
- 58% - medical assistance upon request;
- 50% - flexible work schedule;
- 45% - vacation in a rehabilitation center;
- 41% - special insurance;
- 35% - special trainings;
- 31% - for additional days off;
- 24% - coaching consultations.
20% of respondents believe that possible complications after mobilization should be attributed to the concept of invisible disability (chronic diseases without external signs that seriously affect a person's lifestyle). Only 3% of employers already implement programs for people with invisible disabilities, and 78% do not know what it is or cannot clearly explain.
The survey also revealed that 31% of employers ask if candidates have any special features or limitations. 30% of companies do not specify anything on this topic, and 26% are sure that it is the responsibility of the employee himself to report that he needs special working conditions.
On September 21, partial mobilization was announced in Russia by decree of President Vladimir Putin. On October 31, he announced its completion. By words President, 318 thousand people were mobilized. In the Kremlin assurethat a second wave of mobilization is not planned.
About measures to support the mobilized - in the material "Kommersant" "Legislative Mobilization".