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This year is marked by the mass departure of Russian highly-paid foreign workers. During the crisis, sought to maintain the business expats to avoid paying them compensation. Now, when the position of the companies stabilized, the need to renegotiate labor contracts anymore. From the viewpoint of Russian legislation between the financier from London and a janitor from Dushanbe, there is no difference. And those and others are considered foreign labor force. All foreigners working in Russia can be divided into several categories. The first – migrant workers, unskilled labor. Such people are not specialists in some area.

Hire them variety of work: "Bring hither" in the construction, cleaners "For example, I really like how the caretakers of our neighbors in the cis. It has become much cleaner, "- notes , ceo HeadHunter. The second group – Moderately-skilled workforce. These people who have work experience, work, usually at construction sites. Come mainly from Turkey, Slovenia and Slovakia.

From these same countries arrive in Russia for middle managers fmcg (fast moving consumer goods) or high-tech business. In most cases, they come together with the company opening its representative office here. Technologists are also invited to share its experience of building business processes. In You can make a separate category of specialists in agriculture – usually Germans, Poles, Czechs, Slovaks, who know how to make production efficient. The latter group – a functional management and executives highest level in banks, insurance companies. Here, working mostly French, Swedes, Americans, Germans. Managing partner of the recruiting company MarksMan Michael Torchinsky adds to the list of representatives of China, Taiwan, but they come to Russia, mainly in long trips, not to work on a permanent basis.

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