79% of Russian nationals believe their income will go down, 17% expect their income will stay the same, while 6% hope their income will go up, a poll by ACCA says.
According to its poll back in April, 77% of executives expected a dramatic decline in corporate revenues and profits.
The latest poll evidenced half of respondents found government assistance insignificant whereas merely 12% were satisfied with it. Globally, 35% of all respondents said government assistance measures were efficient.
In early spring, 53% of Russian companies intended to adjust their financial plans, while by June the figure reached 86%.
Yet Russia is leading in offering convenient terms of work to employees, including working from home during the pandemic.