Rimera's Izhevsk Plant Successfully Trains Employees in Related Professions

02.08.2013



Forty Rimera's Izhneftemash employees have been trained for their second working professions in the first half of 2013, as part of the plant's staff retraining program.

Rimera's Izhevsk Plant Successfully Trains Employees in Related Professions

Rimera's Izhevsk Plant Successfully Trains Employees in Related Professions

Izhneftemash management is enthusiastic about their 2013 program, as only 17 employees were re-trained for a second profession in 2012. Strong majority of retrainees are people from core and auxiliary operations with a long record of service. The new skills will allow the workers, apart from their main jobs, to sub for their colleagues as qualified press operators, millers, drillers, metal cutters, etc.
Izhneftemash's re-training program helps the factory to get over shortages of qualified labor using its own manpower resources. The substitutability and mobility of workers with two or more qualifications allow the factory to manage its operations more efficiently by quickly focusing staff on the most urgent production needs at any given time. In addition, the factory-sponsored free training is a potential source of additional income — a practiced related profession adds 30% to the worker's wage rate.
Along with its existing staff development efforts, Rimera Group pays close attention to professional training of its future personnel. Rimera Group's Izhevsk and Almetyevsk factories run educational projects targeting young qualified industrial engineers. Izhneftemash-based Corporate Petroleum Engineering Training Center released its first graduates this June.

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