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INSPECTION UNCOVERED 62 ILLEGAL WORKERS IN A FACTORY IN BUJANOVAC

24. April 2015.

Bujanovac - The Ministry of Labor and Employment of the Republic of Serbia announced that the Labor Inspectorate had discovered 62 illegal workers at a production facility in Bujanovac, but failed to state which production facility it was.  

As stated, during the monitoring and control procedure, which the Labor Inspectorate carried out on April 22, it was found out that the employer hadn’t concluded employment contacts with those workers and that he hadn’t filed applications for their obligatory social insurance. 

Prior to launching the monitoring and control procedure, by inspecting the database of the Central Registry of compulsory social insurance, the inspectors found out that the employer had submitted the applications for compulsory social insurance for 23 staff members.

During the inspection, it was established that 23 registered employees did administrative jobs at the headquarters of the employer, while 62 unregistered persons worked at the production facility, according to a statement issued by the Ministry of Labor and Employment.

It was also stated that because of the established violations, labor inspectors filed a request for misdemeanor proceedings and issued a misdemeanor warrant.

During the inspection, the employer said that he would submit the applications for compulsory social insurance for all persons, and that he would submit the evidence thereof to the Labor Inspectorate by April 24, 2015, stated the Ministry of Labor and Employment of the Republic of Serbia.

 Source: “Beta” news agency, “Akter” daily and Coordination Body

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