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Survey results "Go or Stay"
Coleman Services with support of conducted the survey among employees of Russian and international companies and candidates.

The subject of the survey is the current labor market situation, the expectations of staff reduction, the readiness for changes for job retention.
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Employment: the shift in demand for HR services under crisis conditions
These days every Russian industry is feeling the impact of the economic crisis.
The first quarter of 2015 is coming to an end. In the pages of tabloids, readers may chance the miscellaneous survival story along with a lackluster development forecast. In this article, we examine how this situation affecting the labor market.
Anna Kaluzhnaya (Head of Business Development)

Season's Greetings! 

Wish you happy smiles, sunny days and delightful Spring!

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Labour Market Conditions in the Russian Regions
The current tough economic situation influences social and labor life in Russia. Human resource trends of 2015 depend on the Russian economy, which nowadays is not in the best position due to falling global oil prices, Western sanctions and the conflict in Ukraine. It’s not easy to be an optimist in such a situation, but one’s crisis is another’s opportunity. Despite stagnation and reduction of business in certain regions and sectors, others are dynamic and experiencing an increase in activity.
Elena Novoselova (Head of Regional Development)
Coleman Services’ Customer Survey showed high level of satisfaction in 2014
Coleman Services Customer Survey showed high level of satisfaction in 2014
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Employment: HR Market Preliminary Results, 2014
Now that the year of 2014 has almost passed, let us try to estimate it's results from the HR market perspective and see if our forecasts from a year ago have come true.

The year proved to be the most unpredictable, unstable and uncertain in terms of political and economic situation, with the majority of projections from the beginning of the year failing and leaving us wondering what will happen next.

Olga Bantsekina (Chief Representative, Coleman Services UK )
Who’s Fighting the War for Talent?
The labor market feels fine this autumn. Fine is a relative term, of course. In the ailing economy, where labor availability is at its lowest (unemployment is at 4.8% in August according to Rosstat) and productivity grew only by 1.8% in 2013 (also Rostat), it comes as a surprise that no recruitment freezes have been declared.
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Regional expansion: HR aspects
One of the most important strategic ways of development is regional expansion.  In order to make the right decision, a company should analyse and take into account such fundamental things as the region and the plan of development of the region.
Svetlana Zheltova (Industrial Staffing and Mass Recruitment, Head of Moscow Office)
Nothing Extra. Just Business
Back office outsourcing benefits review.

Back office outsourcing is a subset of business process outsourcing (BPO) that involves the contracting of the operations and responsibilities of specific internal business functions such as human resources or finance and accounting to a third-party service provider.
Olga Balandinskaya (Deputy General Manager )
Healthier Market, More Disgruntled Employees
The ruble plunged against the U.S. dollar and the euro at the end of January, causing minor turmoil amid traders and making people line up at banks and currency exchanges. And so far, there is no evidence the incipient panic will not spread. If what the majority of economists predicted would happen in the course of a year actually happened in a mere fortnight, what’s going to happen next? More importantly, how will it affect our daily lives when it comes to jobs and employment?
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