Climate change, energy transition, waste treatment, nuclear hazards and shale gas are in the newspapers every day. Tension on prices, security issues, control over demand, ageing transport and distribution networks, national energy independence, security of supply and sustainable development are daily issues in the energy and utilities sectors. The rules governing these competitive markets are constantly changing. Global groups, national companies, subcontractors, SMEs and SMIs face political, legislative and environmental constraints that make conducting their business increasingly complicated in a system where it is difficult to strike a balance between corporate considerations and public service needs. The entire planet is demanding more and more water and energy, yet at the same time wants to have more quality, to pay less and to enjoy flawless safety.
To stay in the race, market players must adapt and even continually reinvent their performance models. These changes are inexorably bringing about a range of human resources issues.
We help all businesses in the industry deal with performance and competitiveness issues in connection with employment and the skills of employees. We help them manage change: adaptation of their skills models and organisational structures, new organisation strategy, forward planning of jobs and skills, creation of new business lines, enhancement of employees' employability and management training courses.
And, because reinventing your business model to be more efficient and competitive also requires the addition of new talent combining leadership and performance, we also assist companies in the industry with their recruitment and assessment procedures.