Enhancing talent in oil and gas
The current economic environment is forcing the entire oil and gas industry to consider how to do more with less. It is at the root of the corporate agenda and defined by enterprise initiatives across the industry. Continued weakness in commodity prices is driving rapid industry consolidation, restructuring and workforce reductions. The employment outlook is weak for most of the industry. As oil prices remain low, energy companies must balance cost cutting with retaining and recruiting their best talent.
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