Rustam Aliyev, partner of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (Russia) LLP (formerly in Russia – Goltsblat BLP), on the activity of Russian and foreign investors, prospects for transactions, trust and compromises. – Rustam, please clarify to readers what transformation has occurred with your company? – At the beginning of the year, we teamed up with the American company Bryan Cave, and as a result of this merger, a global transatlantic company emerged. This was necessary in order to most fully realize the interests of our customers, who are now striving to diversify their activities and expand into various regions. In addition, the merger with Bryan Cave was a logical continuation of the strategy that the company adhered to initially. Continue reading
A new trend in the commercial real estate market is the creation of beauty coworking. Experts assure that the future is behind this format, and the hourly rental of jobs for parkers, cosmetologists and manicure masters can supplant classic beauty salons.
The first coworking (from English co-working – “working together”) – premises with furniture and office equipment, in which, unlike ordinary offices, you can rent a workplace or meeting room for a short period of time: several hours or a whole day, – appeared in Russia ten years ago. Initially, the format was designed for a more affordable and affordable analogue of business centers. Then, coworking began to specialize: in addition to office ones, they began to create creative, craft or carpentry. “The peculiarity of these coworkings is that the spaces are fully equipped for the full work of the masters: Continue reading
A survey of the popular HeadHunter job search site showed that in early 2019, more than 31% of modern workers chose remote work. Of these, 14% are free freelancers and 17% are remote employees in the company. The highest share of independent employees is in the Moscow, Samara and Rostov regions. And in a couple of years, the main part of the labor market will be occupied by representatives of generation Z – people who are extremely interested in free relations with the office and work.
Generation Z and his attitude to office work
What are the key features of the Z generation? These people are advanced and modern, they love trends and track market trends. However, many of them are infantile and spoiled. They want fast career growth, good positions and interesting tasks. It is difficult for them to carry out routine work and participate in lengthy work processes. Continue reading