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Insight | Around Russia  | 15.06.21

Most Russian Banks Have Employee Motivation Programme

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

Insight | Around Russia  | 14.06.21

Most Russians Go on Vacation Once a Year

Specialists of the Rabota.ru job search service conducted a study and found out how often residents of Russia take vacations. The majority of respondents (41 per cent) claimed that they go on vacation once a year.   It turned out that almost every fifth respondent (19 per cent) have 2-3 vacations a year and only 3

Insight | Around Russia  | 02.06.21

Most Russian Employers Hire Trainees After Internship

Most Russian employers invite trainees to stay in a company as a permanent employee, according to SuperJob job search specialists.  Thus, 72 per cent of Russian companies accept young specialists for internships and 30 per cent of employers even have special internship programmes. Most often, interns are attracted by large business (78 per cent of

Insight | Around Russia  | 01.06.21

HR Specialists Reveal Top Lies in Russians’ Resumes

According to the experience of Russian recruiters, the top 3 resume sections where job seekers most often can lie are professional skills, work experience and job responsibilities, which follows from a survey conducted by SuperJob job search specialists.  Experts found out that most often one can doubt the credibility of information about a candidate’s professional

Insight | Around Russia  | 26.05.21

Experts Asked Russians’ Opinion About Self-Employed

According to the director for work with public authorities at the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VTsIOM), Kirill Rodin, 70 per cent of Russians have heard about the possibility of registering as self-employed and 37 per cent of them know quite thoroughly the issue, RIA Novosti reports.   When asked whether self-employed people should be given

Recommended | Insight | Around Russia  | 22.05.21

Russians Described Their Best Working Day

Russian men most often named the day of receiving bonus salary as the best working day over the past year and women consider the day when they achieved excellent performance in work to be the best one in 2020, according to the specialists of the SuperJob job search service.  Every tenth respondent (10 per cent)

Insight | Around Russia  | 17.05.21

Russians Gave Career Advice to Themselves in Past

Russians over 30 told SuperJob job search service specialists what advice they would give themselves in their early careers.    If Russians had the opportunity to return to the beginning of their careers, 14 per cent would advise themselves to study more, 11 per cent would be more decisive and not be afraid of anything,

Insight | Around Russia  | 15.05.21

Russian HR Managers Appreciate Candidates’ Sense of Humour

Most Russian recruiters consider a sense of humor an additional advantage of a candidate for a vacant position, which follows from the results of a survey conducted by specialists of the SuperJob job search service.  A sense of humor of an applicant was called an additional advantage of his by 55 percent of Russian employers.

Insight | Around Russia  | 03.05.21

Coronavirus Changed Companies With Aggressive Corporate Culture

The corporate culture of their company is most often called “tough” by employers from the banking (21 per cent) and construction sectors (15 per cent), while “soft” corporate culture is mostly applied to the employees of IT companies (82 per cent), according to the SuperJob job search service specialists.  During the coronavirus pandemic the number