Research & Publications
"Stress resistant, able to address multiple tasks and work under pressure” — in their resumes, applicants tend to emphasize the qualities that speak of their ability to work very hard.
FORBES.RU has attempted to gain insight into the myth saying that any manager would be happy to hire a workaholic, as believed by many applicants. In fact, companies realize that recruiting such employees involves certain risks. This is how Sergey Kordashenko commented on this matter (the original text is in Russian).
It is hardly possible to single out a purely female leadership style and ways to enhance employee engagement. However, we can consider the life scenarios and aspirations most common to women. Making a family, a need to take care of children, a desire to be heard and recognized, keeping the work & life balance, health, beauty and energy for achievements — learn more about the four career types and the employer's respective behavior strategy from the op-ed column by Oxana Morsina (the original text is in Russian).
RosExpert interviewed 456 respondents from Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan to find out how they perceive career success, and what factors related to career and work they see as most important.
The survey aimed to determine the career concept, which is most associated with success in Russia, and compare it with the career motivations that keep employees involved.
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Oxana Morsina continues a series of her op-ed publications for FORBES.RU. This time she dwells on how to become a chameleon — the five qualities that will help one adapt to the future challenges (the original text is in Russian).
Oxana Morsina shared the trends in the labor market pertaining to the investment sector.
Large-scale sanations of big-name banks have narrowed the job market in the banking sector. In such conditions, the largest investment banking employers operating in Russia have gained an excellent opportunity to upgrade their teams by hiring brilliant minds without having to “pay over the odds” (the original text is in Russian).
The harder you try to balance your viewpoints with those of other people, the more difficult it becomes to live, work and enjoy. Fortunately, there are some rules that will help tackle this issue. Olga Lorenz shares her life hacks in her op-ed column (the original text is in Russian).
Sensitive people often take workplace conflicts too much to heart and spend all their energy on solving the problems of others. Is it possible to protect yourself from this peculiarity of your character? Read the advice from Tatyana Fedorova in her op-ed column (the original text in Russian).