8 out of 10 Crimeans trust their colleagues
Teamwork implies trust: the majority trusts the company-employer and their immediate supervisor, while Crimeans trust their colleagues most of all. Representatives of the economically active population with permanent jobs and managers from the Crimea took part in surveys of the SuperJob service for finding highly paid jobs.
At work, Crimeans have the least doubts about their colleagues: trust in those who perform the same duties is experienced to some extent by 8 out of 10 citizens (79%). A total of 74% of Crimeans trust an employing company, and 65% trust their immediate supervisor. At the same time, bosses trust their subordinates much more often than subordinates trust their bosses: 83% of managers have some degree of trust in the employees of their department.— noted in the press service of the service.
Companies and colleagues are most often trusted by those under 34 years of age (74% and 84%, respectively), and the older generation (77%) trust their manager. The fewest doubts about the company, colleagues, and boss are among respondents with an income of more than 80,000 rubles. It is more common for women than men to trust the company and their leader.
Time: May 20 — June 1, 2023