FC response: If a young specialist was referred to the employment center and she was registered there, and then the specialist is registered for about a year and becomes pregnant, in this case there is such a point in the Rules, if a young specialist did everything according to the rules of placement, that is, a young specialist was referred to the employment center and she was registered and she still remains and becomes pregnant, then after the childbirth the employment center automatically removes her from the list, because she will later receive benefit, she will have pension deductions based on benefit. That's why there is an additional job referral foreseen in the Rules, for this the university has to provide all the supporting documents and the university has to redo job referral of this young specialist by the decision of the Job Placement Commission, because the employment center cannot send the young specialist on maternity leave, the university has to redo the job referral.
Regarding the fact that if a young specialist was referred to work, there was no pregnancy or marriage at the time of job referral, then in the course of work, it is of course life, gets married, decides to have a baby, then of course the young specialist must take maternity leave from her place of employment and when she goes on maternity leave, gives the Financial Center an order about the maternity leave and the time she is on maternity leave will be counted as the fulfillment of work obligation. So young specialists should not be afraid of the three-year work obligation and think that three years should work uninterruptedly and no marriage or childbirth is allowed during this time - there is no such approach. Of course, they can officially go on maternity leave, officially provide orders from the place of work, subsequently the birth certificate of the child and this time is counted as the fulfillment of work obligation.