Russian is the most widely spoken language of Europe and the most widespread of the Slavic languages.
Russian belongs to the group of Indo-European languages, and is therefore related to Sanskrit, Greek, and Latin, as well as the modern Germanic, Romance, and Celtic languages, including English, French, and Irish. Written examples are attested from the 10th century onwards.
While it preserves much of its ancient synthetic-inflexional structure and a Common Slavonic word base, modern Russian exhibits a large stock of the international vocabulary for politics, science, and technology. A language of great political importance in the twentieth century, Russian is one of the official languages of the United Nations. Although the international prestige of the language has waned since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the positions of Russian as the lingua franca of much of eastern Europe and northern Asia has only strengthened.
Of the 150 million people in the Russian Federation, about 125 million are native Russians, with many members of other nationalities speaking the language with varying degrees of fluency. About 30 million Russians also live in the newly independent states that were once part of the Soviet Union, with the numbers by country as follows: Ukraine — 12 million; Kazakhstan — 8 million; Belarus — 3½ million; Uzbekistan — 2½ million; Latvia — one million; Kyrgystan — one million; Moldova — 600,000; Azerbaijan — 500,000; Turkmenistan — 400,000; Lithuania — 350,000; Armenia — 50,000. Latest figures also show 250,000 Russian speakers in the United States and 40,000 in Canada.
Employees are considered engaged when they display the engagement behaviors of Say, Stay and Strive. The table shows the patterns of these behaviors for all employees as a group, i.e. the percentage of respondents who agreed or strongly agreed to each of the six questions. Benchmark comparisons are also provided.
For an individual employee to be considered engaged, they must show all three of the engagement behaviors of Say, Stay and Strive. Your 2012 engagement score is the percentage of individual employees showing all three engagement behaviors. This means that the engagement score is not the average of all the behavior results in the table because the scores shown include all employees whether or not as individuals they are engaged.
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