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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Chubais refused to deprive of awards of employees who caused damage “Rosnano”

The head of RUSNANO Anatoly Chubais said that the Corporation does not consider it necessary to follow the recommendations of the accounts chamber (SP) to reduce the payment of bonuses to top management. Similar proposals considered “unreasonable”.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

According to Chubais, the part of the proposals of the chamber of accounts has already been done, but otherwise the company isn’t going to do unreasonable things.”

We are talking about the April report of the auditor SP Tatiana Mikhailova, which was criticized awards for the success of the employees that were unprofitable projects.

The auditor also proposed to prohibit the company to pay the premium out of the money, which was given state guarantees.

Read about the controversial corporate “Rosnano”.

Of all, it clarifies the RBC, the award in 2 years for unprofitable projects was spent 25,4 million rubles, the total damage to the Corporation from such projects amounted to more than 13 billion rubles.

Chubais explained that he considers necessary for payment of premiums and in such cases, in order to “motivate employees to success.”

Recall that last winter in “Rosnano” has already arisen around the scandal of bonuses to employees: then the Network has flowed video of a corporate party, where Anatoly Chubais, saying that the Corporation “just a lot of money,” promised the employees to pay a double premium. However, after drawing attention to these statements, the Corporation plans refused, and explained that the party was carried out by top management.

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