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Workload in Russia
28.08.2018 15:36
Workload in Russia

63% of Russians are regularly kept late at their workplaces, most often because of a large amount of work (28%), as “Rossiyskaya Gazeta” reports with a reference to the poll held by “Avito Work”. The main reason for overtime work, as noted earlier, is the excessively large volume of tasks that require more than eight hours for their implementation.

      16% of respondents told that the main reason for overtime work was the desire to earn more, 14% noted poor organization of the working process.

      Only 6% stay at work late because they love their work.

      15% of respondents specified that the length of their working day depends on the actual workload.

      Consult our attorneys on labor law in Russia.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian business Russian laws    

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