GETI uncovers the latest workforce trends in oil and gas, renewables, nuclear, power and petrochemicals
The 2021 Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) report: Opportunity from Uncertainty
More than any previous edition, the fifth annual Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) report offers a snapshot of the global energy industry at a time of unprecedented change and disruption.
Between August and October 2020, Airswift and Energy Jobline polled more than 16,000 professionals across the oil and gas, renewables, power, nuclear and petrochemicals sectors.
The findings, published here, show an industry facing a number of once-in-a-generation challenges - from energy transition and the decarbonisation agenda to geopolitical tensions and, of course, the COVID-19 pandemic.
More importantly, they show what this period of uncertainty has meant for the workforce - and how companies can attract and retain the best talent to build resilience and unlock new opportunities in 2021 onwards.
Some of the highlights include:
Workplace flexibility is here to stay. Almost a third (32%) of respondents said their employer is offering more flexible working options to build resilience in their business
With an uncertain long-term economic outlook, salary growth has stalled. In fact, one in five (20%) of workers said their salary declined by more than 5% in 2020
Nonetheless, many workers have faith their employers can weather the storm. Overall, 56% said they were either “quite confident” or “very confident” in their companies’ resilience
However, 42% would like to see more training and mentorship programmes to build resilience further
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