Labour audits: Now part of oil and gas professional training management
Eremina I.Yu., Gonchar N.V. (Gubkin State Oil and Gas University, RF, Moscow)
In the present day environment, company management calls for comprehensive, audit-aided studies of its activity, from labour and social relations to seeking new opportunities for expansion into new market outlets. Labour audits assume gradual shifts from social and labour history to future-targeted audits including labour potential assessment, workforce management, and avoidance of potential implications of company events. This paper considers social and labour relations which in terms of labour audits, aiming at better gas industry personnel training. The authors focus on theoretical fundamentals and real-world guidelines concerning the labour audits targeting oil and gas professional training. They describe «labour potential audit» essentials, define the underlying drivers and special aspects related to respective labour mechanisms, development, and future management areas.
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