SuperJob: business has adapted to restrictions due to COVID-19

Over the course of a year and a half, the business has shown “incredible flexibility” in responding quickly to restrictions imposed by the coronavirus, according to the results of a study on the SuperJob job search service. The study noted that the extension of non-working days in Moscow will not affect the work of companies. Due to the increase in the number of people infected with COVID-19 in the capital, the weekend will last until June 20.

“The announced non-working days did not affect the work of Moscow companies in any way. According to SuperJob, on June 14-15, the activity of employers remains at the level of the previous week, when non-working days were not announced, ”says the SuperJob message received by Kommersant. According to the service, in a year and a half, Russian business responded promptly to the introduction of restrictions and rebuilt its processes for mass remote control.

SuperJob reports that about 47% of employees of Russian companies approve of the actions of employers during a pandemic, 15% of employees criticize the decisions of the management. On June 13-19, almost all commercial organizations continue to work as usual, increasing the number of employees working remotely. 34% of companies will return only part of their employees to their offices, 32% of companies will extend the remote work mode for employees already working in this way.

In Moscow, due to the extension of non-working days, it was recommended that employers re-transfer at least 30% of employees to remote work. From 13 to 20 June, visiting zoos, food courts and children’s playrooms is prohibited in the capital, and restaurants and cafes are closed from 23:00 to 6:00. In the Moscow region, employers were prohibited from admitting workers without personal respiratory protection to the workplace, with the exception of vaccinated citizens.

More details about the restrictions introduced in Moscow can be found in the publication of Kommersant “Moscow parks and game rooms have come under lockdown.”

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