At the end of the summer in Russia, the number of companies that began to transfer staff to remote work increased. Such employees are in 14% of Russian companies – this is 3% more than in June, before the start of the increase in the incidence of COVID-19.
Employers in Moscow and St. Petersburg began to transfer employees to a distance more oftenKarina Pardaeva
Executives in Moscow and St. Petersburg most often used the remote work format. — 17% and 13% respectively. In other regions, the average does not exceed 12%, shared RBC results of the SuperJob study.
In August, the number of organizations where more than 50% of the staff are working remotely also increased: now they are 15%. At the same time, no more than 10% of employees in every second company do not go to the office.
Most often, IT employees work remotely – in 39% of organizations, as well as employees in the areas of finance – 17% and sales – 14%.
Sales in the b2b sector imply high-quality service, high expertise and close contact between the manager and the client. However, maintaining them at a high quality level in a remote format can be difficult. RB told what to do in order to maintain and increase “warm” working contacts.
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