Crimeans working on the territory of the employer note the strengthening of control 4 times more often than remote staff
19% of those working on the company’s territory and 5% of Crimeans working remotely note increased control by the employer over the past 3 months. Employed representatives of the economically active population took part in the survey of the SuperJob service for finding highly paid jobs.
Only 5% of remote employees who report increased control over their work over the past 3 months. Obviously, the opportunity to work from home was left only for the most organized and responsible. 19% of those who go to work note the tightening of labor discipline and increased control over employees over the past 3 months. Men report increased control more often than women (20% and 17% respectively). Respondents under 34 are more likely than those who are older (27 and 15%, respectively). Most of all, those who observe the strengthening of personnel control measures are among Crimeans with a salary of more than 80 thousand rubles. per month (24%)— noted in the press service of the service.
Based on the contextual analysis of the comments, the most cited measures include: installing a video surveillance system, tightening access control, strengthening health and safety enforcement, and tightening information security policies.
Time of the event: February 20-28, 2023
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