The leading recruitment agency in Yekaterinburg conducted a study during which they explored the views of 250 respondents, available in the agency's database randomly. This is a representation of foreign federal companies and organizations with headquarters in Yekaterinburg. About 56% of respondents – companies with a workforce of about 1,000 people. Most of the players in the industrial sector, FMCG, and retail. During the He had interviewed executives, personnel services and departments. The main purpose of the study was to examine the question of the dynamics of productivity growth. Here are the key findings and results of research on asked questions. Q: Does your valued company employee productivity? 98% of respondents assessed the performance of employees.
Availability of procedures for the assessment, certification staff, the principles of building work, backed up by means of performance measurement and strategic business objectives, enabling them to assess the effectiveness of the staff in general and the quality of work each employee. Q: Does increased levels of performance for each employee for the last 6 months of the year? Labour productivity per employee for the last 6 months of this year grew 50% respondents, the companies of the industrial sector, 30% did not notice the change, 20% reported a decline. Question: Do staff have treated lean to company resources? Obviously, the crisis has a reassessment of values, both employers and job seekers. Have become important concepts such as stability and reliability. By employers to reduce the rate of quantitative growth, a trend for a smooth development, with emphasis on quality and efficiency prevails. On the part of applicants decreased salary expectations (see rating salaries in Yekaterinburg). Workers begin to appreciate their jobs. As The survey showed 70% of all respondents reported more prudent attitude of employees to company resources, 20% of respondents answered negatively, 10% – makes the company's policy to do so. Question: how employees perception of the news about cutting costs? 56% of respondents gave us information that the staff perception of the news about cutting costs, "calmly", 30% – "with understanding," 14% "nervous." Q: Does your of measures to maintain team spirit and discipline? 88% of respondents carry out activities to maintain team spirit and discipline: meetings, corporate events, individual approach etc. 12% believe that these measures "have no meaning."