The majority of full-time workers in Ukraine have announced plans to increase wages in 2024

Most business owners in Ukraine – members of the European Business Association – plan to raise salaries by 2024.

Tse showed the internment was carried out by FUCK.

Thus, in line with the question, 72% to 93% of 131 members of the European Business Association (EBA) said they wanted to increase wages and took part in the campaign to feed the market.

51% named the range of increase from 5% to 20%.


“As 29% of HR managers indicated, their companies plan to increase the level of wages by 10-15%, 12% – by 5-10%, 10% – by 15-20%. And only 2% of respondents wrote that the plan ovano an increase in the level of wages by over 20%,” according to the results of the investigation, published on the 18th.

The association clarified that 76% of companies will advance their salaries to 2023. Among them, 47% of companies – by 10-15%, 26% – by 15-20%, 8% – by 20% less, and another 8% – by 10% less.

It turns out that over 80% of employees in 2024 do not plan to increase the number of staff, while 5% may have been announced soon, while 65% of employees are applying for new vacancies.


When asked about changes in 2024, the company’s personnel were told that they plan to increase budgets for start-up and development (32% of respondents), enter other markets and search for new partners (30%), reorganize the functions of the sales Ivnikiv have multifunctionality (10%).

By 2023, 61% of participants in the study demonstrate the ability to work remotely (28% affirm that the option is available to all practitioners), while 11% do not have such ability. There are 15 categories, among which are warehouse workers, manufacturing and retail outlets (including in stores), bank accountants, technical personnel (cleaning, water, security) and mechanics.

Just under half of the respondents (49%) reported that their company does not plan to return workers to the office anytime soon. 34% indicated that the company plans to transfer all of its workers to the office in the near future, 17% do not plan to transfer all categories of workers.

In 19% of businesses, all employees of the company live and work in Ukraine, and in another 33%, no more than 5% of employees live outside the border. Among the popular countries where the companies’ representatives live: Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Romania, Great Britain, Spain, Israel, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Austria, Norway, Belgium, USA, Switzerland , Canada, Latvia, Italy, Luxembourg.

Speaking about personnel, 55% of companies said they have shortages, 33% said that they are aware of shortages often and another 12% do not yet perceive shortages. The easiest way to fill vacancies is for a middle and high school manager (director, custodian), English language accountant, marketer, IT accountant, HR, secretary, sales manager, lawyer, auditor, lawyer, financier, logistician , business analyst, engineer, chemist, pharmacist.

HR managers named the main problems for doing business as the shortage of talent, mobilization, work at a distance, the loss of qualified personnel beyond the border, the employment of high-income workers, and disproportion. Between the candidates’ salaries and the financial capabilities of the business, the salary level is low. On the side of HR departments there are problems that are important: ageism and the preemption of gender roles.

They have heard that Ukrainian business continues to operate in the “gray” or “black” field, which is not even attracting a new population, as it has gone.

The investigation took the part of 131 fakhіvets in the field of personnel management. Over 70% of its participants represent international business. 48% of companies are representatives of large businesses, 44% are medium-sized, 8% are small businesses.

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