Reveals the attitude of Russians to work on udalenke


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The Russians were strongly against reducing the salary of the employee upon transition to the remote mode. It is reported RIA Novosti with reference to the study of “United Russia”.

According to the survey, 93 percent of Russian citizens believe in the necessity of preserving the full salary on remote. Overall, 92 percent of Russians believe that the employee upon transition to the remote mode must have the same rights as regular employees.

Respondents also noted the importance of issues related to personal time on distance. The vast majority believes that to attract employee to work in your personal time is only possible with the payment of overtime. The Russians stressed that people should not be on call 24 hours a day.

64 percent of respondents said that they were forced to work remotely during the outbreak of coronavirus.

Previously, experts said that every tenth person in Russia want to continue to work from home, the higher the salary, the more chances you have to get approval from management. According to them, an employee with a high salary can take responsibility, the management trusts him more and more willing to let udalenku,

Video, photo All from Russia.


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