It's annoying, but okay? Working Crimeans are less likely to be afraid of being fired
Employed representatives of the economically active population from Crimea took part in an open survey of the SuperJob service for finding highly paid jobs.
The most common job-related fear is the fear of being fired: 17% of Crimeans are afraid of losing their position and source of income. In second place are fears about delays or non-payment of wages (12% admitted to them), in third place are fear of not meeting expectations and fear of management (6% each). Employees are also afraid of undervaluation, instability and bankruptcy of the company (5% each). Common job phobias also included fear of the team, fear of losing health at work, fear of overtime, lack of demand, burnout and too long activity in one place (4% each). Another 8% are afraid of other things: they mentioned deception by the employer, lack of qualifications, inspections by regulatory authorities, and so on.— noted in the press service of the service.
6 out of 10 respondents do not have any fears related to work (62%).
Men report the absence of job phobias a little more often, and women report the fear of losing their jobs and not coping with tasks.
Time: May 1-17, 2023
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