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Almost half of employees (45 percent) of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Russia is prepared to tolerate rude attitude from the management for higher wages two times. This is evidenced by a survey company “Megaplan”, research has “Tape.ru”.
Another 24 percent are willing to close our eyes to the cries of the leader, if they will pay more, and 48 percent would have been enough apologies in the presence of the team. With more than 40 percent of employees have changed jobs because of humiliation from peers or management, and 28 percent would be willing to fire your boss, if they had the opportunity.
During a forced transition to udalenku the relationship soured almost every second team. About 45 percent of managers admitted that sometimes can’t hold back and raise the voice on subordinates. The latter are in the majority (58 per cent) said that to resolve conflicts without aggression. The main causes of conflict, according to employers, is the deterioration of the quality of work of employees on remote and missed deadlines.
In may it became known that the largest Russian companies and industrial enterprises consider the possibility to leave some of their employees to work remotely. First Vice-President of “OPORA Russia” Paul Segal believes that the transition to udalenku will allow companies to save between 15 and 35 percent of the budget.
Video, photo All from Russia.