July 2007

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: New world of work requires investment in people knowledge

The energy industry is increasingly seeking successful strategies for attracting and retaining a new pool of talented young people. At the same time, the valuable knowledge and lessons learned of seas..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The energy industry is increasingly seeking successful strategies for attracting and retaining a new pool of talented young people. At the same time, the valuable knowledge and lessons learned of seasoned veterans also needs to be harnessed. So how are the upstream and downstream industries making themselves more people ready? A panel discussion at a global energy gathering organized by Microsoft examined this critical question. The forum showcased viewpoints, evidence and anecdotes from energy professionals The following are highlights from presenters who represented several generations. The energy industry is not perceived as a high-tech career option for many college-age students. Acc

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