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Employers aren't planning to raise salaries in 2018

According to a survey by the recruitment company Antal, employers aren't planning any significant salary increases.

19 December 2017
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Expatriates stay in Russia with optimism

Nearly a half of the expatriates (48%) are optimistic or very optimistic about the prospects of the Russian economy in the next 12 months, while the figure for Russian respondents is a mere 23%. Also, the percentage of pessimists is nearly twice lower amongst expatriates (19% against 35%).

9 October 2017
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Expatriates on Russian labour market. New Antal expat survey 2017

We are happy to introduce you our new publication about expatriates working in Russia.

31 August 2017
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Antal Global Snapshot. Take part in a survey

Take part in our short survey about your staffing plans for this year and you’ll get a detailed presentation with the full results. You can use this information as a labour market benchmark and a helpful reference.

21 July 2017
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First results of the Job market overview and Salary Survey 2017

Antal Russia, a leading executive recruitment company presented its' first findings on the current state of the job market in Russia, based on a survey conducted in 2017 which covered over 8,000 middle and senior managers & professionals.

23 May 2017
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Labour market in 2016

Dear colleagues, we are proud to present the first results of "Job Market Overview and Salary Survey 2016" which is the seventh issue of our annual job market survey.

2 June 2016
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International companies plan to raise salaries almost twice as often as Russian companies

Antal Russia recruitment company has conducted a survey among employers to understand how the current situation has affected their sentiment and plans. Despite the hard times, more than a third of the respondents say that the salaries of their employees will increase.

15 March 2016
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Reductions are slowing down

According to the recent Antal Russia study employers are gradually completing the cost reduction process and planning salaries increase in next year's budget. Already 23% of companies said that they have finished the process of optimization.

22 October 2015
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