“Talk about the transition to an hourly wage system has been going on for several years. And issues related to raising the minimum wage have been conducted in our country over the past 18, probably, years, and maybe even more. Now ... the situation on the labor market will seriously change, such types as work at a distance will appear, and it is quite possible that this initiative can be reflected in the new system of labor relations, ”Ryazansky noted.

Earlier it was reported that State Duma deputies from the LDPR Yaroslav Nilov, Igor Lebedev, Alexei Didenko, Andrei Svintsov and Senator Sergey Leonov have developed a bill introducing a minimum hourly wage in Russia.

According to the initiative, it will be applied when concluding a fixed-term contract on a part-time basis.