May 2019

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Workforce: What is the state of the global petrochemicals workforce?

Since its inception 3 yr ago, the Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) has aimed to deliver valuable insights on the needs, concerns and desires of the energy workforce to enhance recruitment and retention strategies.

Marx, J., Airswift; Peet, H., Energy Jobline

Since its inception 3 yr ago, the Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) has aimed to deliver valuable insights on the needs, concerns and desires of the energy workforce to enhance recruitment and retention strategies. This year’s 42-question survey had 17,000 respondents, from 162 countries and 150 nationalities. Global mobility–searching for opportunity In the previous edition of the report, remuneration was among the leading motivators for relocation. In the latest report, compensation did not make the top three. “Employees are happy with their pay, but that does not mean they will not consider a move,” says Hannah Peet, Managing Director at Energy Jobline. “This is especially true for you

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