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Within this section you will find a wealth of additional information, commentary and links that we have collected surrounding the workforce demographics, retirement, the experience gap and other related items. They had all been published on our blog ‘The Battle For Experience’ but we have republished them all here - and will continue to do so. Why not register for updates via Twitter or RSS

Author Archives: John Philpin

People, Platforms and Passion delivering Empowerment, Equality and Engagement.

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T-Shaped People

Not an entirely connected thought around this posting other than asking – have ou ever thought that you ‘don’t quite fit’ into the organisation ? How many times have you wondered why an organisation doesn’t quite accept ‘you’ – only their perception of ‘you. Read on – and learn about the T-Shaped people in organiations – and make sure that as you move into the next stage of your career that your ‘T-Shape’ is understood. Word Spy – T-shaped

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Corporate Memory Loss

Loss of Knowledge through Retirement is an Issue for Business .. another article. (A little older than the last (23rd March 2008) – from our esteemed CEO.) … with thanks to : The Energy Journal, for the source.

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Skills Shortages In Energy | WSJ

The article dates back to February 2008, but salient points on the skills gap issues that industry is facing – and energy in particular. Preview at WSJ.com More than 70% of energy companies expect their future operations to be hit by shortages of skilled personnel, according to a survey commissioned by the London-based Energy Institute. The survey of senior energy-company management, individual employees and human-resource specialists conducted from 2005 to 2007 found about half of the international-energy work force will retire within 10 years, and internal training programs aren’t delivering enough personnel to replace them at the senior level. passed … Continue reading Skills Shortages In Energy | WSJ

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