More than a third of Russians working remotely will return to the office if their salaries increase 07:58

Almost 40% of Russians working remotely are ready to return to the office if their salaries increase. This is what he writes about DEA News Referring to a study conducted by Kontur.Tolk in collaboration with Rabota.ru.

“For the majority, the main incentive is the increase in salary (37%). Another third would refuse to work remotely if they received an offer from their dream company. According to the research, one in four (23%) is ready to visit the office with their colleagues.

3.5 thousand people participated in the survey, 13% of whom work remotely.

Respondents are also motivated by working conditions: gym, library and free food (17%), while 16% of respondents said they would return to the office if they could move or take their pet to work.

At the beginning of June, Russians chose the best places for remote work. In the summer, many people prefer to work remotely rather than in the office. Details – inside material “Newspapers.Ru”.

Previously an expert Shared Tips on how to create an atmosphere that makes employees want to leave.

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Source: Gazeta

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