More than half of Russians take work home on weekends and holidays 02:02

More than half of Russians (56%) take work home on weekends and holidays. 23% of them usually take work home and deal with work-related issues on weekends and holidays. 33% of respondents sometimes work from home and on weekends, 34% do not feel the need to work in their personal time, and only 10% of Russians basically do not work on weekends and holidays. This is shown by a study by Rabota.ru, the results of which were reviewed by socialbites.ca.

Accounting employees more often than others have to work from home and solve business problems on weekends and holidays (47%). 36% of respondents sometimes take work home in this region, 14% do not need to work on weekends, and 3% do not work at all on rest days.

Representatives of education and science (26%) are in second place in terms of the frequency of forced work from home on weekends and holidays. 51% of the participants sometimes work on weekends and holidays, 12% do not feel such a need, and 11% do not accept working on weekends at all.

Among Russians working in manufacturing and agriculture, 17% usually take their work home, 29% sometimes solve work-related problems on weekends, 45% of respondents do not need to work in their free time, and 9% of survey respondents basically do not work during workdays. holiday.

Only 16% of respondents from the IT and telecom sector often have to work from home and on weekends. 44% of the participants sometimes work in this way, 30% do not have such a need, and 9% do not work at all.

According to statistics, among representatives of the banking and financial sector, only 16% take work home. 44% of Russians in this area sometimes deal with work issues on weekends, 33% see no need to work in their free time, and 7% refuse to work on weekends.

More than half of Russians surveyed (57%) have a negative attitude towards working on weekends and holidays and believe that they should rest at home. Ready to complete various work tasks, 36% of respondents have a neutral attitude, and only 7% have a positive attitude towards solving work tasks on legal days off.

Accounting professionals are the most dissatisfied with working on holidays and weekends (67%). Only 27% have a neutral attitude towards work issues outside working hours, and only 6% confirmed a positive attitude towards work on days off.

Workers in the field of education and science come in a close second: Here, more than half of the respondents (62%) have a negative attitude towards working on weekends, 28% are neutral in their attitude, and only 10% are ready to solve work-related problems.

61 percent of representatives of the manufacturing and agricultural sectors evaluate working on weekends negatively and want to take a break from work, 39 percent have a neutral opinion on this issue, there is absolutely no person who cannot do without working during holidays.

Fully half (50%) of IT and telecommunications industry respondents dislike working on weekends and holidays. 38% are able to perform a variety of tasks and 12% are ready to immerse themselves in work-related matters.

36% of respondents in the financial sector agree that weekends are not suitable for working at all. At the same time, 55% of representatives of this sector are ready to calmly complete work tasks, and 9% look positively at working on weekends and holidays.

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Source: Gazeta

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