2016 № 3 New requirements to remuneration pay of executives in State and Municipal organisations (institutions)
The Russian Ministry of Labour prepared a legislation bill on changing requirements for remuneration pay of executives of main types of state (municipal) organisations. Suggested changes in the labour legislation are essentially directed towards withholding remuneration and pay-outs to executives of state (municipal) organisations and institutions. They do not contain any principally new statements; however, toughen control over remuneration payouts to not only executives, but deputies, and chief finance officers (accountant). These measures are relevant to a whole plethora of other organisational-legal forms of state and municipal organisations, including state corporations, which paid their executives salaries that have raised a lot of questions among the public for a long time.
2015 № 3 International practice of incentive funding in health care
There are analyzed approaches to enhancing incentive funding systems in the healthcare. There were identified problems with implementing incentive systems for suppliers of medical services. There was provided a case study of international practice in creating and developing incentive funding systems in ambulatory and in-patient sector.