(47) The FNPR's comparatively favorable political alliances helped it to retain many of its assets.
(16) According to information provided by the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia (FNPR), in 2016 there were 5 federal-level agreements, 61 branch agreements at the federal level, 1,044 branch agreements concluded at the regional level, 3,596 branch agreements at the territorial level, 80 regional tripartite agreements, 1,919 territorial tripartite agreements, and 134,745 collective agreements.
(45) Resolution of the Executive Committee of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia (FNPR), 5 April 2011, No.
In 2012 major research of gender inequality on the theme <<Gender equality with the modern Russian society: regional aspect>> was conducted on the initiative of the FNPR. In course of the survey 4890 people aged 25-55 years were questioned, 51% were men and 49% were women.
By results of research of FNPR, for most part of respondents, both men and women, <<the right to fair wages, the right to vocational advancement>> and <<the right to free labour>> are the most important.
And the FNPR
wasn't the only instance of inadequate notice the 3rd Circuit flagged.
has also leaped into the fray, but with the intent of only slightly watering down Putin's labour code.
For example, concerning successor unions, some observers--notably some voices from the AFL-CIO (AFL-CIO 1993)--have argued that the FNPR unions are incapable of reform.
In Russia a critical issue is what roles the FNPR unions and the new independent unions should be encouraged to play.
The Central Council of the once official steelworkers union has since declared itself independent from the central trade union confederation (FNPR
) and has allied itself with the independent miners union.
) While future plans call for a national rollout of its program, FNPR
is currently operating several pallet manufacture and repair depots in the Midwest.