The necessity of its appearance is dictated by the needs of the booming economy of the city, whose growth is severely hampered by the increasing shortage of staff at St. Petersburg's labor market. One way to solve this problem city officials rightly feel attraction to work in our city migrants to other regions of Russia, as well as from near and far abroad. Until recently the influx of such workers wore a spontaneous and unregulated nature, and largely through no fault of the migrants themselves. But now the city obsessed with ordering arriving flows of workers. And that is quite important, not in terms of restraining or restrictive, and to assist other cities and foreigners, and to simplify their jobs. One of the first, but very significant step was the creation and Consulting Center.
According to the deputy Head of Federal Migration Service of Russia in St. Petersburg and Leningrad region Sergey Smirnov, in the past year work permit, this structure has issued 180 000 foreigners, but only 20,000 of them officially employment. And in most – not through his own fault. Such people are vulnerable and ill-informed. Forward the informal flow of a healthy stream and be a new counseling centers. It should be noted that thought here is simple in detail, down to the fact that the stands available information, workers from some of the CIS countries prefer a particular employer. What's important is at the Center you can get the most comprehensive information on all the rights enjoyed by visitors, to the point where to go, if unduly detained by the police. It is here uncertain until a visitor needs to understand that he wait a guest, which would react to it with all the attention that he did not have to swim alone in a stormy sea of the labor market in St.
Petersburg. The abundance of jobs, and constantly replenished, friendly staff of the Centre, comfortable conditions – all aimed at the fact that people get out of here, knew where and by whom it will work, how to get from, what he will have completed. Arose was the issue, but as visitors will learn about such a center, so hospitably flung-open doors for them? However, the Committee on Employment and it is thought. It is planned wide information campaign, not only in St. Petersburg, but also in regions where workers are waiting for the hand to keep wanting to work in our city. It is quite enough to call on the telephone "hotline" (812) 753-41-90, and there will be all comprehensive data, coupled with an invitation to visit the Advising Center, where the shortest time visitor feel perfectly adapted to St. Petersburg in the labor market.