According to a survey carried out by the recruitment company Antal Russia, staff turnover is on the rise. 28% of employers now state that staff turnover in their company has grown over the past year. Two years ago, the situation was radically different: only 15% of companies noted an increase in staff turnover, while 35% stated that it had decreased.
According to a survey done by the recruitment company Antal Russia, 74% of employers are planning to organize an office party for their employees to celebrate the New Year. Notably, 22% of the respondents state that in their company it is compulsory to attend the New Year party.
According to a survey by the recruitment company Antal Russia, over a half of employers are planning to increase salaries in their company in 2019 but the increment will be as low as 1-6%.
According to a survey by the recruitment company Antal, employers aren't planning any significant salary increases.
Nearly a half of the expatriates (48%) are optimistic or very optimistic about the prospects of the Russian economy in the next 12 months, while the figure for Russian respondents is a mere 23%. Also, the percentage of pessimists is nearly twice lower amongst expatriates (19% against 35%).
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Antal Russia, a leading executive recruitment company presented its' first findings on the current state of the job market in Russia, based on a survey conducted in 2017 which covered over 8,000 middle and senior managers & professionals.