Annual survey among the employers
Each quarter we ask employers about the current situation and company’s staff plans. In these researches we always ask about salary changes, hiring/cutting plans and the most wanted positions.
Job Market Overview & Salary Survey
We annually ask candidates from Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine about job switching, salary expectations, rewards, company benefits, rate of job satisfaction, relocation etc. More than 60 000 people took part in our researches during more than 10 years!
From 2020 research you will learn:
- How did salary change in more than 15 industries during the year
- How did the crisis affect different industries
- Bonus rate of company’s employees
- What are the reasons to choose the exact employers
- Top-15 bonuses in compensation package
- The main ways to find a job
- Extra motivation in the company
- Advantages and disadvantages of the remote work
- Preferable regions for the relocation
And a lot more!
You can also request for a specialized labor market review. For more details, please visit
#HRzero: Well-being in the new remote work world
In 2020 many companies started to work in a new mode. Well-being programs for workers are not an exception. How companies can take care of their remote workers, motivate and cheer them up? Antal Russia conducted a survey among 110 companies about Well-being programs for remote workers. Moreover, our experts, HR professionals and workers from Orange Business Services, IKEA, Rockwool and Russian Towers shared their experience in development of Well-being and worker’s support programs. The main points of the research are:
- How did the COVID-19 affect the Well-being programs
- Presenteeism & livism
- The most common elements of Well-being programs
- Sabbatical as a way to keep a valuable employee
- The best Well-being practices
#HRzero. Business during the pandemic
From the first #HRzero release you learn:
- How 2020 was planned and how each of us adapt plans an build new reality right now
- What is still a priority for the company and what is something companies have to refuse to
- New challenges and salvations in the second half of 2020
“The transfer of workers to the permanent remote work from” research
During the current year many workers suddenly had to try a new format of working – home –office. Probably, the question of transferring workers to a permanent remote work format is being discussed in your company right now.
- What are the risks of the remote work?
- Do the rent savings worth the worker’s Well-being?
- Which functions shouldn’t be transferred to the home-office?
- How the KPIs can be controlled? How to estimate worker’s effectiveness?
- Who has already transferred its personnel to the home-office in your industry?
- These and many other questions we analyzed in our new research.
We conducted a series of in-depth interviews with function managers of 19 companies from different economy sectors. We asked about the way they organized the process of transferring workers to the home-office mode. Moreover, we questioned about 500 workers of what they think about remote work form, how do they estimate their effectiveness and are they satisfied with their Work& Life balance.
The research includes the following parts:
- Part 1. Ability to work from home
- Part 2. Using the ability to work from home
- Part 3. Home-office effectiveness
- Part 4. Technical part
- Part 5. Communication
- Part 6. Forming a team
- Part 7. Education
- CV and recommendations
Regional division in a standard report – Moscow and Saint Petersburg.
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“Automation of HR-processes” research
From the research you learn about new tendencies in automation of HR-processes and how do companies automate HR work – personnel recruitment, its education, assessments, motivation and formation of reserve workers.
We have investigated HR-processes automation cases in the Russian companies to make a highly detailed research on this question, systematize the best practices and consider mistakes and difficulties, which business has faced during the process of automation.
In the research you will find summary data about 200 companies’ experience, automation tools, program products, budget, automation results, difficulties and more.
“Succession planning: Russian experience” research
We analyzed succession planning experience in 33 Russian and international companies, that work in 15 different industries in Russia.
From year to year competition for the best candidates in the labor market rises. Succession planning instrument allows employers to keep and motivate personnel, save knowledge and experience inside the company and get prepared for the unexpected leave of key-workers.
From this research you will learn which succession planning tools are used in Russia, which difficulties in succession development do companies face, and how to raise company’s successors if succession planning system does not exist.