BP Energy Outlook 2035 expects energy demand growth

  BP’s Energy Outlook 2035 shows growth in the energy market despite current market weakness. Despite the dramatic weakening in global energy markets, ongoing economic expansion in Asia,…

Considering downsizing? Proceed with caution

  Tony Grijalva, CEO of G&A Partners, advises oil & gas companies to look at all options before trimming talent. With crude oil prices having plummeted to the…

Partner Webcast: Talent Development for Challenging Locations

Energy multinationals operating in challenging parts of the world where infrastructure is developing, government processes are not yet mature, and the geopolitical situation may be unstable, require unique…

Aperian Global Whitepaper: Working in Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan

While identifying and developing talent in Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan will present substantial obstacles, it also has the potential to bring great rewards. Companies that choose to invest heavily in culturally-appropriate training for their Iraqi managers, leaders and teams have seen great results. At one of Aperian Global’s clients companies, employees have created a culture of safety and a management training program which have transformed the work site.

Aligning Global Diversity – Sustaining Coherency Through Cross-Culturality

In an ever more global world, traditional diversity becomes a broader and more complex area. Successfully leveraging diversity among employees in terms of cultural background leads to a…

Recruitment Revolution: Social Media Strategies and the Elusive Talent Pipeline

Talent is the only sustainable advantage in a global knowledge economy. It just may be the one competitive differentiator that determines if a company thrives in the future…

From Red to Black – The Hidden Earning Potential of Recruiting

It’s no secret that one of the biggest expenses and assets for an organization are employees. From recruiting and hiring to training and retaining, managing human resources is…

A New Take on Old Talent – Strategic Perspectives on Talent Aquisition of Mid-/Mature Career Employees

In an aging global workforce, most organizations remain focused on building bench strength through talent acquisition processes and programs targeting College Graduates or candidates with limited experience. Though…

The Industry’s Most Critical Pipeline – Enticing the Next Generation of Leaders

In the face of a graying workforce and a competitive labor market, it is vital for energy companies to attract a new generation of skilled workers to fill…

Change in thinking, personal development key in helping generations mix in the workplace

While challenges exist, Stefanie Hanz, a millennial talent acquisition specialist and another 2012 event speaker, says employers shouldn’t fear multigenerational workplaces. Having employees from a wide range of ages can be a real benefit, she says.

Bridging the Gender Gap – Attracting & Engaging Female Energy Professionals

To meet the need for people to replace those due to retire during the “big crew change,” energy companies must attract, retain, and promote a more gender diverse…