Every tenth employee in Russia will work remotely – Rambler / finance



Remote work will become the main form of employment for 5.6-6 million people in two or three years, said the head of the Ministry of Labor Anton Kotyakov, speaking at the Gaidar Forum.

“Now in Russia about 2.7-2.8 million people work remotely, which is about 5% of all employed in the country, – said the minister. – The greatest value – 6 million people, or 11% of all workers – was in May. June 2020, when at the height of the pandemic and under conditions of restrictions due to the danger of the spread of coronavirus, workers were massively sent to work from home.Now the numbers have decreased, but I think that in the future two to three years we will again return to the distance employment indicator at 10% working “.

In contrast to the emergency transition to remote work last year, this time everything will be done systematically, taking into account the interests of both employees and employers, Anton Kotyakov believes. This will also be facilitated by the changes already made to the Labor Code, which regulate such forms of employment and amendments to the laws that will be adopted as a result of the experiment with personnel electronic document management – it is still ongoing.

“In addition, the factor of technological and organizational limitations has been overcome – companies have learned to work in such a mode, purchased and adjusted all the equipment necessary for this,” added Anton Kotyakov. “Amendments to the Labor Code attach great importance to the collective agreement between employees and the employer. help everyone deal with these innovations so that the transition to distance employment does not affect the interests of any of the parties to the labor relationship. “

Companies in general are ready to maintain remote mode and are even ready to expand it as much as possible, said Boris Dobrodeev, CEO of Mail.Ru Group. According to him, it is more profitable for the companies themselves to completely abandon offices and work with everyone only remotely. However, this scenario is not always possible: colleagues still need to meet from time to time. Therefore, with the development of remote workplaces, the need for office public spaces will remain.

“This year has shown that remote work leads to burnout of about a third of employees,” Boris Dobrodeev said. “They need help. But most of them can work effectively from home.”

The organizers of the forum are RANEPA, the Institute for Economic Policy named after E. T. Gaidar and the Association of Innovative Regions of Russia.

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Remote work will become the main form of employment for 5.6-6 million people in two or three years, said the head of the Ministry of Labor Anton Kotyakov, speaking at the Gaidar Forum.

“Now in Russia about 2.7-2.8 million people work remotely, which is about 5% of all employed in the country, – said the minister. – The greatest value – 6 million people, or 11% of all workers – was in May. June 2020, when at the height of the pandemic and under conditions of restrictions due to the danger of the spread of coronavirus, workers were massively sent to work from home.Now the numbers have decreased, but I think that in the future two to three years we will again return to the distance employment indicator at 10% working “.

In contrast to the emergency transition to remote work last year, this time everything will be done systematically, taking into account the interests of both employees and employers, Anton Kotyakov believes. This will also be facilitated by the changes already made to the Labor Code, which regulate such forms of employment and amendments to the laws that will be adopted as a result of the experiment with personnel electronic document management – it is still ongoing.

“In addition, the factor of technological and organizational limitations has been overcome – companies have learned to work in such a mode, purchased and adjusted all the equipment necessary for this,” added Anton Kotyakov. “Amendments to the Labor Code attach great importance to the collective agreement between employees and the employer. help everyone deal with these innovations so that the transition to distance employment does not affect the interests of any of the parties to the labor relationship. “

Companies in general are ready to maintain remote mode and are even ready to expand it as much as possible, said Boris Dobrodeev, CEO of Mail.Ru Group. According to him, it is more profitable for the companies themselves to completely abandon offices and work with everyone only remotely. However, this scenario is not always possible: colleagues still need to meet from time to time. Therefore, with the development of remote workplaces, the need for office public spaces will remain.

“This year has shown that remote work leads to burnout of about a third of employees,” Boris Dobrodeev said. “They need help. But most of them can work effectively from home.”

The organizers of the forum are RANEPA, the Institute for Economic Policy named after E. T. Gaidar and the Association of Innovative Regions of Russia.

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Remote work will become the main form of employment for 5.6-6 million people in two or three years, said the head of the Ministry of Labor Anton Kotyakov, speaking at the Gaidar Forum.

“Now in Russia about 2.7-2.8 million people work remotely, which is about 5% of all employed in the country, – said the minister. – The greatest value – 6 million people, or 11% of all workers – was in May. June 2020, when at the height of the pandemic and under conditions of restrictions due to the danger of the spread of coronavirus, workers were massively sent to work from home.Now the numbers have decreased, but I think that in the future two to three years we will again return to the distance employment indicator at 10% working “.

In contrast to the emergency transition to remote work last year, this time everything will be done systematically, taking into account the interests of both employees and employers, Anton Kotyakov believes. This will also be facilitated by the changes already made to the Labor Code, which regulate such forms of employment and amendments to the laws that will be adopted as a result of the experiment with personnel electronic document management – it is still ongoing.

“In addition, the factor of technological and organizational limitations has been overcome – companies have learned to work in such a mode, purchased and adjusted all the equipment necessary for this,” added Anton Kotyakov. “Amendments to the Labor Code attach great importance to the collective agreement between employees and the employer. help everyone deal with these innovations so that the transition to distance employment does not affect the interests of any of the parties to the labor relationship. “

Companies in general are ready to maintain remote mode and are even ready to expand it as much as possible, said Boris Dobrodeev, CEO of Mail.Ru Group. According to him, it is more profitable for the companies themselves to completely abandon offices and work with everyone only remotely. However, this scenario is not always possible: colleagues still need to meet from time to time. Therefore, with the development of remote workplaces, the need for office public spaces will remain.

“This year has shown that remote work leads to burnout of about a third of employees,” Boris Dobrodeev said. “They need help. But most of them can work effectively from home.”

The organizers of the forum are RANEPA, the Institute for Economic Policy named after E. T. Gaidar and the Association of Innovative Regions of Russia.

Video of the day. Russians will be able to receive a pension in any EAEU country




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