66% of Russians admitted that they change jobs every 5 to 10 years. Many people value the desire to stay longer in one location and consider three to five years to be enough experience to work in one location. However, such standards cannot always keep an employee in one place, analysts from Zarplata.ru and SDEK found out. RB.RU learned about the results of the study.

One in seven Russians is ready to flee the company after aggression from management

The main reason for changing jobs is an increase in income (89%), a change in position (49%) and a stable economic condition of the company (43%).

At the same time, another 14% update their resume and go to interviews immediately after an aggressive tone from colleagues and superiors. Permanent conflicts at work (47%), the resignation of all managers (35%) or moving the office to a remote location (33%) can unsettle Russians and force them to resign after only 1 to 6 months.

The introduction of remote work and a salary increase may bring the employee back. For 25%, a sign of return will be the news about the departure of colleagues that caused disputes and disagreements, and for 14%, radical changes in the corporate culture of the company.


Karina Pardaeva

Source: RB

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