Modern Institutes and Regulatory Forms of Social and Labor Relations in Russian Society

Konstantin V. Vodenko, Olga M. Shevchenko, Tatyana I. Barsukova, Ekaterina I. Hubuluri, Natalya V. Mishina

Abstract


Social and labor relations hold a special place in human life determining the level of its welfare, social status and way of self-realization in society. The Post-Soviet transformations connected with the formation of new political and economic institutes demanded an essential change in the system of social and labor relations. However, Russian practice speaks for the fact that, despite significant changes in the system of interactions between the subjects of labor activity, the current labor potential does not correspond to those calls which the country at the present stage faces. The key problems in the sphere of social and labor relations in Russia are the infringement of the rules of law regulating the organization of labor activity, the highly qualified personnel deficiency, the deterioration of professional education quality, the low salary level, demographic problems, and so on. The current situation forces researchers to analyze the specifics of social and labor relations in Russia, to reveal the reasons preventing the process of the formation of their civilized organizational forms and conditions which speed up the occurrence of a new model of social and labor relations standing up requirements of the present stage of the Russian society development.

Keywords: social and labor relations, regulatory forms, Russian society, modern institutes

JEL Classifications: J01, J50, J80


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