Classification and analysis of factors that affect stability of oil and gas enterprise staff

Economic Processes Management: International Scientific E-Journal. 2016. № 4
Section: Management of economic processes in context of sustainable development

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Zelinska H. O. (2016). Classification and analysis of factors that affect stability of oil and gas enterprise staff, Economic Processes Management: International Scientific E-Journal, 4, Retrieved from:

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Zelinska Haluna Olexiivna
Doctor of Economic Science, Professor, Head of Environmental Economics and Organization of Production Department, 
Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical Oil and Gas University, Ukraine

The relevance of human resources as a strategic goal of sustainable development of oil and gas companies is determined. It is shown that the stability of staff, as the main component of the social components of sustainable enterprise development, research and evaluation needs in terms of an integrated system of factors influence the behavior of staff. Addressing issues related to the management personnel can be based classification study the factors affecting its stability in the formation of high quality human resources strategy. In particular noted that the needs of each employee should become an integral part of the concept of work and life balance. Analysis of the results of the study showed that in areas of oil and gas industry has a number of factors that negatively affect its operation and development, which are caused not only technical, technological and natural factors, but also due to neglect behavioral characteristics personnel. It is found that without understanding of the behavioral characteristics of staff and its values can`t implement a quality model of human resource management and provide optimal scenarios of oil companies in general.

enterprise, personnel, stability, factor, development, human resources.

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