The Mayor’s decrees 96-UM and 97-UM of 01.10.2020 and 06.10.2020, respectively, establish restrictive measures for both businesses and citizens of the city of Moscow.
According to these documents, employers are obliged:
- From 05.10.2020 until 28.10.2020 to ensure the transfer of at least 30% of employees to a remote work mode;
- From 05.10.2020 until 28.10.2020 to ensure the transfer of all employees over the age of 65, and also employees with diseases the list of which is approved by the Moscow City Health Department, to a remote work mode until 28.10.2020 (except for employees whose presence at work is critical for the organization);
- To make a decision on the establishment of the number of employees:
a) subject to transfer to a remote work mode;
b) not subject to transfer to a remote work mode.
- To take measures to minimize the full-time presence of employees in the workplace;
- On a weekly basis, starting from 12.10.2020 to submit information in electronic form according to the list pursuant to Appendix 4 to the decree of the Mayor of Moscow No. 12-UM by using the personal account of the legal entity on the official website of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow about:
a) the number of employees transferred to a remote work mode (with indication numbers of their transport cards “Troika”, mobile phones and state registration numbers of their vehicles”);
b) the number of employees who have not been transferred to a remote work mode;
c) the types of activities performed and the place of their implementation (indicating the address code from the Federal Information Address System).
According to the restrictive measures, the use of the possibility of preferential and free travel on public transport is suspended for:
- students of educational organizations providing primary general, basic general, secondary general education, additional education, sports training from 09.10.2020 until 18.10.2020;
- citizens over the age of 65, and also citizens with diseases the list of which is approved by the Moscow Department of Health, from 09.10.2020 until 28.10.2020.
SCHNEIDER GROUP experts recommend you to follow the Mayor’s instructions, as the regulatory authorities are now increasingly checking companies for compliance with the current restrictive measures. At the same time, non-compliance with them may entail, for example, bringing the company to administrative responsibility in the form of a fine of up to RUB 300,000 or even suspend business operations for up to 90 calendar days in the worst case scenario.
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