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he dynamic socio-economic development of Russia depends on the growth of labor force and productivity. This article introduces an analysis of labor productivity in coal-mining regions and the experience of Kuzbass mining. The authors explored the twelve-year dynamics of the labor productivity index both for the Russian economy as a whole and for its coal-mining regions. They identified the main trends in the management of labor productivity at the coal enterprises of the Kemerovo Region. The statistical analysis showed that the labor productivity index in Russia is slightly declining, especially in the mining industry. This negative trend can be avoided by applying new methods of personnel management, developing social and labor relations, involving employees in the labor process and encouraging their labor awareness, digitalizing all technological processes, and developing an effective contract.

abor productivity, coal mining region, personnel management, social and labor relations, digitalization of production, quality of labor resources of the enterprise
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