Russians Monitor Financial Performance of Their Companies

The higher the income level of employees, the more closely they monitor the financial stability of the company they work in, according to the specialists of the SuperJob job search service. Thus, almost half (49 per cent) of Russians regularly monitor the income, profits, and other financial indicators of their companies.  

In turn, every third respondent (30 per cent) does not follow the situation because they do not know how to do this and 21 per cent of Russians know how to get information about the employer’s financial performance but they are not interested in it, including the reason that financial indicators do not affect the salary of an employee of a budgetary organization.

It is specified that respondents under 34 years old rarely pay attention to the financial statements of their employers (38 per cent) and 40 per cent of them admitted that they did not know where to find such information. The interest in the company’s financial statements increases with the growth of the income level of Russians. Thus, 38 per cent of the respondents with a salary of up to 50 thousand rubles observe financial changes in their companies and 6 out of 10 Russians with a monthly income of over 80 thousand rubles do the same.

Ru-Main, 27.05.2021 

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