“Rested” after the staff cuts in 2014-2015, the Russian company is ready to revisit the issue, writes “Rossiyskaya Gazeta” with reference to the results of the study Deloitte.
This consulting company found that only 41% of employers are not going to fire anyone this year. The rest in varying degrees, are working on reduction.
First the layoffs will affect employees and managerial staff are unlikely to be affected, the study showed. Now among the management team, staff turnover is less than 5%, while primary production and qualified personnel – more than 15%.
Most of the contemplating staff reductions of employers do not plan a large-scale optimization. To cut no more than 5% of the team is planning a quarter of employers, the fifth part will not exceed the threshold of 10%.
Large-scale optimization – 20 percent or more – is expected to only 4% of companies.
At the same time an increasing proportion of Russians who fear dismissal. Many have already started looking for part-time work or replacement options.
Experts, however, draw attention to the fact that the main reduction still occurred in 2015. “In 2016, the main focus is on process optimization, organizational structure and efficiency of the organization as a whole,” explains Faith Vitaliev, Director of Deloitte, working in the CIS countries.
Confirms the negative Outlook and the decline in recruiting activity. According to the portal “Work.ru” in early November, the demand for staff has decreased by almost 2%, the newspaper said.
The mood of employers and employees feel. In the fourth quarter of 2016, increased the share of those who feel the threat of dismissal (24% to 26%), thought the research service HeadHunter.
“The most common concerns of layoffs among employees of the banking sector, the automotive sector and employees engaged in the procurement,” – said Maria Ignatova, head of the research service HeadHunter. Optimistic all configured workers in the fields of catering, tourism and hotel business.
It is also noted that more than others fear dismissal residents of the Metropolitan regions. Least of all workers living in the southern and North Caucasus Federal districts.