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Sizov I.Y. - Problems of legal regulation of combining jobs in the police pp. 94-107


Abstract: This article is devoted to the main directions of legal regulation of combining jobs in the internal affairs bodies.On the basis of the object and the subject of the article it is noted that the current regime of combining jobs by the police officers should be determined at the legislative level, the treatment of this problem should be more flexible and differentiated. The author concludes that it would be quite appropriate to use in this regard the experience of the United States and other countries and officially allow combining jobs by the employees of the bodies of internal affairs in commercial organizations, if this combining doesn't cause a "conflict of interests". The methodology of the research is based on the modern achievements of epistemology. The study uses the the general philosophical and theoretical methods (dialectics, the system method, analysis, synthesis, analogy, deduction, observation, modeling), the traditional legal methods and the techniques used in empirical sociological research. The article notes that earlier the Labor Code of the Russian Federation had established the duration of work for more than one employer for no longer than 16 hours per week. At the present time the duration of work time for a person having a second job has increased to 20 hours per week (no more than 4 hours per day) (Art. 284 of the LC RF). A legislator assumes that on the days off at the main place of employment the employee may work at a second place full time. 
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