Layoffs in the state Museum-monument “St. Isaac’s Cathedral”, which became known this week, associated with the optimization of staffing. This was announced on Thursday the new Director of the Museum Yuri Mudrov.
“Staffing a lot of interesting posts, for example, in the absence of the Museum scene and concert venues carefree “employs” two stage operator, a regiment concert administrators. In order to optimize production processes, several employees were offered different conditions and forms of work. Which have not found application in the future work of the employees leave the Museum by agreement of the parties”, – quotes the words of Mudrova, the press service of the Museum.
Earlier, the press Secretary of the Museum Igor Stakheev denied the St. Petersburg media about the mass layoffs in the “St. Isaac’s Cathedral”. He said that the last time the employment relationship is terminated by agreement of the parties with less than ten employees. A specific number of dismissed he did not name. In total, the Museum now employs about 400 people.
In June at the Museum “St. Isaac’s Cathedral” changed direction, and instead of Nikolai Burov, the Director was wise. He works in the sphere of culture of St. Petersburg since 1982, at various times he held senior positions in Museum-reserve “Peterhof” and “Oranienbaum”, Saint-Petersburg Fund of culture, State Museum of history of religion and other institutions of the city, as well as in the Pskov Museum-reserve.
The complex of the Museum-monument “St. Isaac’s Cathedral” includes two of the St. Petersburg Cathedral of St. Isaac’s Cathedral and Church of Resurrection (Savior on spilled Blood). The building of St. Isaac’s Cathedral is owned by St. Petersburg, but guarded at the Federal level and included in the list of world cultural heritage of UNESCO. From the beginning of 2017, the Museum complex of St. Isaac’s Cathedral was attended by around 1.7 million Russian and foreign tourists.