MOSCOW, Russia / The Moscow News / Business / February 8, 2012
Approximately 59 percent of people working for Russian companies consider that their management applies psychological pressure on them and 36 percent consider that it takes place on a daily basis.
RIA Novosti reported on Wednesday, citing an online survey conducted by the HeadHunter vacancy site. Forty-three percent said that they were considering resigning over such pressure, while 21 percent said that they worked harder as a result.
Source: Nathan Toohey
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