The "Investigation Committee" of the Russian Federation in Sevastopol in the occupied Crimea initiated and investigates a criminal case due to non-payment of wages to the employees of the construction company Glassok Sevastopol, the press service of the Investigation Committee reported.
According to the investigation, from June to September the company’s management did not pay wages to nine employees who carried out reconstruction work on Victory Park.
Thus, they owed more than 1 million rubles.
“The state guarantees for the payment of labor established by the Constitution and the Labor Code of the Russian Federation were violated,” the press service noted.
In addition, other victims who were not paid by the company are being established. Documentation was seized in its office.
“Measures are being taken to establish all the circumstances of the incident and restore the legal rights of citizens to receive wages,” the Investigation Committee stated.
QHA reported that in Crimea wage arrears at enterprises reached 31.5 million rubles. The biggest problems with payment of salaries are observed in Feodosia and Simferopol. Most of the debts are at the enterprises of Minstroy (16.6% of the total), Ministry of Transport (8.6%), as well as the Ministry of Housing and Communal Services of the Crimea (8.1%).