52% of Russians dream of working remotely at their current or future workplace. Most often, employees between the ages of 18 and 34 are interested in this format. Young people are willing to lose up to 30% of their salaries for this. This is stated in the study of the Skill Cup microlearning platform, as RB.RU has read.
Among workers who want to change the office modality to remote work, 48% are men and 56% are women. A quarter of respondents have a negative attitude towards the remote format and are not willing to change the standard five-day week under any circumstances.
22% of Russians will agree to work from home subject to a salary increase. 18% of study participants are considering a hybrid schedule. Only 4% of respondents reported that they could negotiate with their current employer about remote work.
More than a third of Russians are sure that remote work improves work efficiency: “more is done from home.” Only 17% of respondents indicated that live communication with their colleagues helps them work better than at home.
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