Efforts to find employment were successful,the employer is waiting for you - you will be hired. What documents do I need to have with me? Their list is outlined in Article 65 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation. So, when applying for a job, you must provide:
- Passport or other document proving your identity;
- a work record book, except for cases when the conclusion of the labor contract occurs for the first time or you enter a part-time job;
- certificate of state pension insurance;
- document of military registration, if you are liable for military service or subject to recruitment for service;
- document on qualifications, on education; on the availability of special knowledge, if your new job requires special training or special knowledge.
In some cases, employers require additional documents when applying for a job. Their presentation is not obligatory. It:
- registration certificate;
- a certificate of salary from your previous job;
- characteristics from previous work;
- medical certificate;
- Taxpayer Identification Number.
A separate group of documents is the employee's personal data, requested by the employer in order to provide benefits. Such documents include:
- documents confirming the composition of the family of the employeewith the purpose of granting him the provided guarantees on the basis of marital status. In particular - from the need to fulfill certain family responsibilities;
- certificate of the age of children or the pregnancy of a woman with the purpose of granting statutory guarantees, working conditions and compensation;
- materials certifying the rights to additionalcompensation and guarantee (academic degree, academic title, honorary title, disability, donation, stay in the radiation exposure zone due to the Chernobyl accident, etc.).
Knowing what documents are needed for work, you cansafely go to a meeting with the employer. Remember only that they should be transferred to the employer in person. If your personal data is from a third party and you can only receive it from it, you must be notified in advance, and written consent must be given on your behalf.