In Ukraine employment records will be electronic

В Украине трудовые книжки станут электронными

Employment records will be electronic

The project should earn in the autumn.

Announced the service to transfer from paper work books in e-is in development, and pilot launch preparing for autumn. This was stated in the Pension Fund of Ukraine during the report on the results of 2016, reported Comments.

At the same time officials plan to complete the digitization of paper statements. This will allow seniors to turn in bodies of social protection regardless of their place of registration. In this e-work book intend to integrate with the register of revenues from the single social contribution.

“Total current pension expenditure is planned at 283,2 billion hryvnia. This is almost 30 billion more than last year. And these costs accounted for and a twofold increase in the minimum pension in connection with growth of the subsistence minimum in may and December of the current year”, – said the head of the Pension Fund of Ukraine Oleksiy Zarudny.

Earlier in Minekonomiki had proposed to abolish the work book and even submitted a relevant draft law to the Verkhovna Rada. The Ministry assured that Ukraine has a unified database that contains information about the employment and retention in PFCs. Because the information in the workbook just duplicates the data.

The Ministry said that the only thing you need to do before canceling is add to the existing registry item on the position of the employee. This will allow to define precisely his experience when required. Thus, the functionality of the work book will be done by the database.

Meanwhile this database contains all information about employees whose seniority began after 2000, reported in the Ministry of social policy. The Ukrainians, who started to work before 2000, you still need to save a workbook to be able to confirm the experience.

We will remind, earlier it was reported that Ukraine can introduce additional pension tax.

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