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63 percent of Russians are planning to leave a paper workbook. About it writes RBC with reference to the research poll.
In favor of the electronic document in favor of the 30 percent of respondents. Most supporters of the “numbers” were among the Russians aged 18-24 (51 percent).
Preference paper gave 68 percent of citizens older than 60 years. Also 68 percent of opponents electronic version reside in the villages.
The disadvantages of electronic employment record books, the Russians considered the possibility of data loss due to technical failures and the risk of data leakage or unauthorized modification. In addition, respondents pointed to the impossibility of its use when there is no Internet or electricity.
Russians will be able to get a job with an electronic work book 1 January 2021. At the moment in Russia there is a transition period. Until October 31, employees must notify the employer, in any form want to have service book. By default, the employer will leave a paper if it does not receive information from the employee. To change the decision at any moment. Everyone who first get a job after January 1, 2021, will automatically receive the document in electronic form.
The translation of the interaction of citizens and authorities in digital format provided by national project “Digital economy”, approved by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin and should be completed by 2024. Only its implementation is planned to allocate more than 1.8 trillion rubles. The objectives of the project are the increase of internal costs for the development of the digital economy at the expense of all sources, the creation of sustainable and secure information and telecommunications infrastructure for high speed transmission, processing and storage of large amounts of data, as well as the transfer of government agencies and organizations to use mainly software developed in Russia.
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