Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (PressExposure) June 02, 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.
Fleming Gulf's 2nd Annual Latam HR In Energy to be held in Rio De Janerio, Brazil between 24 -25 Septmber, 2014 aims to address key HR challenges that include sourcing and retaining talent, controlling overheads, succession planning, cross cultural understanding and more. The summit will host a line up of exceptional industry speakers that include Hans Durke Bloch-Kjaer from Maersk Training, Brazil - Managing Director, Leandro Lanfranco from GE, Argentina -Manager - Employee & Labor Relations, Jaime Schlittler from Vale, Brazil - Director - HR Global Processes, Philippe Levy from SBM Offshore, Brazil - Country Director and Nicky Vanlommel, GDF Suez Latin America, Argentina - Sr. Vice-President, Human Resources and more senior representatives for leading companies based in Latin America.
The summit will also feature open discussions and presentations on designing and implementing long-term strategies to address chronic talent crunch, managing employee and union relations in Latin American effectively and efficiently, Digital HR: Innovative projects to drive talent acquisition, development and retention and a panel discussion on HR strategies in mergers and acquisitions in the energy domain, to name a few. HR solutions specialists whose products and services have delivered accelerated results to energy companies the world over will also showcase their offerings across both days of the summit.
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