Main Provisions of the HR Policy
Transneft’s top priorities are the life and health of its employees, as well as staffing of Transneft subsidiaries with the required number of highly-qualified workers planning to maintain long-term labour relationships.
In 2018, staff headcount at Transneft subsidiaries In Transneft Group, excluding NCSP and its subsidiaries amounted to 115.1 thousand employees, showing a 0.6% growth compared to 2017. The growth is attributable to staffing newly created jobs that emerged as part of implementation of Transneft’s investment projects, including ESPO facilities, the Sever Project and the Yug Project.
Main objectives of Transneft in personnel management:
- Staffing Transneft subsidiaries with qualified staff, taking into account long-term and mid-term trunk pipeline system development plans and maintaining their stability
- Increasing flexibility of financial and non-financial incentive systems considering regional factors and the place of certain groups of professionals on the labour market, ensuring a competitive remuneration system
- Improving and increasing the quality of personnel training, retraining and refresher courses in accordance with the laws of the Russian Federation and the directions of the Company’s strategic and innovative development