Specialists of the SuperJob job search service surveyed 3,000 representatives of the economically active population from all districts of Russia and made the top 3 favourite children’s books of the companies’ and departments’ heads. According to the survey results, the top 3 includes “The Adventures of Dunno and His Friends”, Russian folk tales, and “The
Specialists of the SuperJob job search service interviewed Russians to find out if they have information about the salaries of their colleagues and bosses. A survey of Russian employers showed that information on salaries is open only in every fifth Russian company (21 per cent). According to the survey results, 35 per cent of working
Specialists of the Superjob job search service conducted a study from March 1 to March 19, 2021, as part of which they have interviewed 1.6 thousand economically active Russians over 18 years old from 402 settlements in the regions of Russia with permanent jobs. It turned out that about 54 per cent of the respondents
Experts of the Rabota.ru job search service conducted a study and found out who, in the opinion of Russians, finds it more difficult to build a career, men or women. According to the survey results, more than half of Russia’s residents (53 per cent) noted that gender does not affect career development in any way.
Experts of the Rabota.ru job search service, together with the specialists of the SberMarket delivery service, conducted a study and found out what gifts for March 8 are most often received by women in Russia. In general, three-quarters of respondents (76 per cent) say that gender holidays are always celebrated in their companies. It is
Specialists of the Otkritie Bank conducted a study among more than 206 thousand clients in February 2021 and found out that one-third of the heads of Russian microenterprises are women, the press service of the bank reports. The experts found that 33 per cent of the bank’s clients with annual revenues of up to
Experts of the Rabota.ru job search service conducted a study and found out whether the gender of a boss is important for Russians. In the course of the study, it turned out that for the majority of the surveyed (53 per cent) the gender of a boss does not matter. However, 35 per cent of
Half of the Russian companies (51 per cent) are ready to reimburse their employees for the costs of additional education, a joint study by Hays, Skyeng, GeekBrains, and Netology showed, TASS reports. According to the results of the survey, about 20 per cent of the respondents would like to discuss individually with each employee the