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August 13, 2022
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Staff in small companies need less employer support than those in larger firms

According to a recent Kaspersky survey, people who work in companies with fewer than 50 employees, on average, need less employer support when working remotely, compared to staff in larger businesses. Emotional or psychological support is an exception. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many companies, but small businesses have suffered more than others. According to research, in some countries, up to 90 percent of small companies have experienced a negative impact from the pandemic, such as drops in production, sales and revenues, and even complete closures. In companies with a dozen or fewer people, the way employees get through these…
Staff in small companies need less employer support than those in larger firms

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