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The Russians told how often they lie for the sake of time off

The Russians told how often they lie for the sake of time off
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The Russians admitted how often they lie for the sake of time off at work. So, 28% at least once in their life deceived their superiors in order to get a free day.

This is reported "Vedomosti" with reference to the results of a survey by the Rabota.ru service. one in five admitted that approximately 10% of their reasons for taking time off are lies. Another 5% said that they deceive employers for the sake of time off in 10-30% of cases, and 1% of respondents think of reasons not to work almost always.

The most popular reason for taking time off in Russia is seeing a doctor (42%). Every fourth day is required for babysitting. Another 11% take a day off to wait for the master at home or for delivery. A sudden visit from relatives became a reason for taking time off for 4% of respondents, and 3% consider good weather a good reason for refusing to work. Interestingly, 15% of citizens admitted that they could miss work because they overslept.

About 20% of the residents of the Russian Federation at least once in their life lied to their employer about their state of health for the sake of time off. Another 3% of those surveyed admitted that they faked sick leave for the sake of an extra day off.

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