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Workforce Competency and Organizational Health Key Drivers in Workforce Optimization

In recent years, many energy companies have sought to “cut costs at any cost,” leading in some cases to arbitrary staff reductions with unintended consequences, including reduced productivity, undermined safety, and lower profitability. These companies frequently end up paying a price that exceeds the apparent cost savings. To move beyond simple quantitative formulas and across-the-board cuts, a growing number of energy operations are employing a highly data-driven staffing assessment approach within the context of the business process.

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Workforce Competency and Organizational Health Key Drivers in Workforce Optimization

Bill Glasscock, Senior Consultant, Solomon Associates

01 December 2013

Volume: 65 | Issue: 12

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