The Russian Ministry of Labor allocated 1.8 billion rubles to Bashkortostan in 2022, Prime Minister of the republican government Andrey Nazarov said on his social media. Thanks to the training of workers of industrial enterprises in new competencies and the creation of temporary jobs, it was possible to reduce the number of employees at risk of dismissal; in August-September, their number decreased by almost 6,000 people.
18.4 million rubles were allocated from the regional budget this year to support the labor market.
For example, in the Blagovarsky district, 105 employees of Blagovarsky Plempticezavod LLC underwent vocational training.
Ural Spring Plant in Beloretsk received 4.5 million rubles — the enterprise not only provided employment but also maintained the level of income of more than 50 employees.
94 jobs were saved in the direction of temporary employment at the enterprises of Lesopilka LLC, and RIST LLC, as well as at Clean Planet LLC in the Duvansky district. 172 people were employed for public works.
The region plans to allocate another 1.5 billion rubles next year. More than 1,500 republican employers will receive support in maintaining jobs annually, and more than 28,000 residents of Bashkiria will be employed.
“We are actively working to reduce tensions in the labor market. The Russian government is helping us a lot in this,” the Bashkir prime minister noted.