Maybe they are just trying to ensure benefits and pensions to the extent they can be paid are paid and the Russian staff is treated as fairly as possible after they exit.
Without the group buying power, R&D, and strategic insight growth to the point a meaningful impact is made on the Russian economy is unlikely. With sanctions inducing inflation and currency devaluation the environment is likely to be challenging and there will probably be more job losses, standard of living drops, and effective income cuts but they can still work in the domestic market and provide their part of systems including those used by hospitals schools...
Remember Russians are people too and the real enemy is the government forcing conscripts to fight and any elites who support that.
I stand with Ukraine and support all international entities leaving Russia in protest.
In doing that there is no need to harm the populous and polarise the world at the individual level when a number of governments are being adversarial and childish enough for us all. Leaving in an orderly fashion is protest enough.