FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEPressnews.biz (Press Release) Jun 2, 2014 -- The Latin American energy industry is facing a tectonic shift in Human capital management strategies to keep up with rapid business developments both regionally and internationally. While the pipeline for new energy projects continue to grow, maintaining a pool of human capital with the right skills and aptitude continue to be a stress point for companies involved in oil & gas, utilities, petrochemical and mining sectors. The HR function has now evolved from being people oriented to being business oriented with strategic inputs being taken from HR leaders with respect to new and current projects requirements.
|Issued By||:||Fleming Gulf|
|Business Address||:||Dubai Airport Free Zone P.O. Box 54772 Dubai, U.A.E.
|Categories||:||Business, Human Resources|
|Tags||:||Latin America, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Human Resources, energy, Talent|
|Last Updated||:||Jun 2, 2014|
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