Employees of Kerch port in occupied Crimea owed salary. And some were forced to resign “in their own wish”

23 April 2019, 14:41

For three months, the guards of the Kerch Sea Trade Port were not paid a salary, and approximately 90 employees were forced to resign in their own wish, Kerch. FM reported.

We were given a condition to resign voluntarily, only in this case, the employer will accelerate the receipt of our earned money, – the port employees told journalists.

The employees have worked in the port security firm since last fall. Their duties included transport safety.

According to them, the employer said that State Unitary Enterprise Crimean seaports failed to transfer money.

All port employees who have not been paid, applied to the “transport prosecutor’s office” with claims of non-payment of wages.

In March, QHA media reported that the Simferopol winery Dionis owed its 60 employees a salary of 3 million rubles. And prior to that, the “prosecutor’s office” of the Gagarinsky district of Sevastopol established that the Sevastopol company “Crystal Service” has wage arrears to 89 employees in the amount of almost 2 million rubles.