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By Harvey Yau
This article applies nicely to
recovery aspects of the oil and gas industry that science and engineering
talent should pay close attention to. Kelly is seeing signs of recovery in this
otherwise difficult business sector for 2015. Many companies (several are Kelly’s
workforce partners) are ahead of the curve on the recovery. This is because
many opted not to focus solely on reducing general and administrative expenses and operating costs throughout
the downturn (including full-time and flex-time employees), but rather to adopt
and utilize smart workforce supply chain planning to recruit and retain the top
scientific and engineering talent. This is the key to keeping businesses ahead
of their competitors in the recovery. This matters for talent because, the companies
that didn’t focus on cutting costs during the downturn will recover faster and are
the prime firms in this vertical to join. The downturn is one of the best times
to get into the oil and gas sector. There is a gap between the truly seasoned
workers and junior workers in this space. Mid-level opportunities will be
exceptionally strong during the recovery period.
Read 2015 Oil and Gas Trends for more insights.
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