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Insight |  Around Russia |  16.07.21

Most Russian Employers Avoid Encouraging Employees to Vaccination

Most Russian companies do not encourage staff to get vaccinated against coronavirus (41 per cent). In those companies where bosses have such innovation, employees are given paid days off, extra days off, or a bonus, according to the SuperJob job search service.   According to the study results, 33 per cent of employers in any way

Insight |  Around Russia |  16.07.21

Russian Minors Mostly Welcomed in Big Companies

Russian large companies are ready to hire minors, according to the specialists of the SuperJob job search service. This is stated during the study of the opinions of 1,000 HR managers from all districts of the country.   According to the study results, 5% of Russian companies hire minors. Another 11% of employers can take minors

Insight |  Around Russia |  15.07.21

New Survey: More Than Third Russians Don’t Drink Alcohol

The All-Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VTsIOM) presented data from a survey of Russians on the topic of alcohol consumption. The study results showed that more than a third of the country’s residents do not drink alcohol at all (38 per cent). Most often these are respondents over 60 years old (51 per cent).  In

Insight |  Around Russia |  15.07.21

Most Russians Don’t Like Idea of Labour Migration

The Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, Marat Khusnullin, believes that it is necessary to attract about 5 million labour migrants to the Russian construction industry by 2024. That is why the specialists of the SuperJob job search service decided to interview representatives of the construction industry about their attitudes towards labour migrants.  It

Insight |  Trip Advisory |  14.07.21

Moscow Restaurants Offer Temporary Tattoo With QR Code

Muscovites will be able to apply a QR code allowing them to visit restaurants and cafes of the city on their bodies in the form of a temporary tattoo, RIA Novosti reports. This option was developed by the Delivery Club service together with one of the online stores.  “Delivery Club, together with the online store

Insight |  Around Russia |  14.07.21

New Survey: Most Muscovites Live in Separate Flat

Specialists from the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VTsIOM) presented the data from a survey of Moscow residents on the topic of housing conditions and plans to improve them.   It turned out that the overwhelming majority of Muscovites (93%) and potential beneficiaries (city residents over 18 years old who took a mortgage loan in the

Insight |  Technology |  13.07.21

Russian Students Can Receive Digital Diplomas in 2022

The Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Russia intends to determine the conditions for issuing diplomas to university students in electronic format by 2022, TASS reports with reference to the ministry’s press service.  The ministry noted that the conditions for issuing documents on education and qualifications in digital form, the procedure for archiving documents

Insight |  Technology |  13.07.21

Studios for Student Entrepreneurship to Appear in Tomsk

University start-up studios for the development of student entrepreneurship, along with R’n’D-centres of business companies, will appear on the campus of six universities in Tomsk, TASS reported with reference to the Governor of the Tomsk Region Sergey Zhvachkin.   In 2019, at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, the regional administration signed an agreement with the

Insight |  Around Russia |  13.07.21

Most Russians Would Rather Live in Family Than Alone

On July 8, Russia celebrated the Day of Family, Love and Fidelity, timed to coincide with the Orthodox day of memory of Prince Peter and his wife Fevronia. For this holiday, specialists from the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VTsIOM) conducted a survey to find out the Russians’ attitude to the process of family creation. 

Insight |  Moscow |  12.07.21

Most Muscovites Don’t Approve of QR Codes Introduction

According to the Head of the Moscow Department of Trade and Services, Alexei Nemeryuk, the QR code system operating in Moscow when visiting restaurants and cafes can be extended to other areas. Specialists of the SuperJob job search service conducted a study and found out whether residents of the capital are ready for the new