Specialists of the SuperJob job search service interviewed Russians to find out if their companies have an additional employee motivation programme. It turned out that 66 per cent of Russian companies have such a programme, and in 44 per cent of them, it was introduced more than 2 years ago.
Experts noted that companies in which the incentive programme has been operating for more than 2 years are mainly enterprises with a staff of 100 to 1,000 people. In general, the number of companies that additionally motivate employees decreases with the increase in the number of employees: 68 per cent among small businesses, 63 per cent among medium-sized companies, and 58 per cent among enterprises that have a staff of more than 1,000 people.
It is specified that most often banks (78 per cent) and sales companies (73 per cent) have additional motivation programmes. The companies that have implemented incentive programmes over the past year are mostly in the service sector (17 per cent) and the transport industry (16 per cent). In addition, it turned out that big business changed the system of additional motivation more often than medium-sized and small ones (63 per cent). Among the various industries, transport workers (69 per cent) and sales organizations (68 per cent) were the ones who revised their programmes most frequently.