Three top managers of Russian Post dismissed for failure to comply with charges
Deputies of Dmitry Strashnov leave the company after the results of 2016.
On Wednesday, January 11th, the media reported that three deputies of Head of the Russian Post Dmitry Strashnov are dismissed. According to an insider, we are talking about Rodion Shishkov, who was responsible for the development of public services, assistant for operational management Sergey Timoshin and Tatyana Ryabova, who was responsible for personnel.
All three allegedly failed to cope with charges. The Russian Post refused to comment on information.
Note that, in November of 2016, official representative of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Alexander Kurennoy said that the agency has been revealed the fact of illegal payments to Dmitry Strashnov. According to the Office, the Ministry of Communications approved the Strashnov's bonus on the basis of the documents, while in many showings the company did not reach the planned values, a number of which decreased compared to the previous year.
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