A collective agreement establishes only the minimum amount of compensation to employees. The final amount of damages determined by the parties themselves should be sufficient and proportionate. The Presidium of the Russian Supreme Court, in its Resolution as of 26.10.2016 in case No. 6-PV16, determined that an employee may demand a larger sum than that specified in the collective agreement. If there is a reason to pay compensation to employees, the amount of pay from the agreement and the collective agreement is money that an employer must pay on an uncontested basis. The final sum must be negotiated by the employee and the employer. If they fail to agree, the amount of compensation shall be determined by court.