In today’s world, it is essential to be ready to keep learning and acquire new skills
The company currently employs professionals from more than a thousand fields. We are structuring our work. We have a system whereby an employee works in a number of professions over the course of their career. And indeed, in this rapidly changing world, we will have to change our skills, our professions — Sergey Saratov, Head of HR Department, JSC Russian Railways.
When we speak about a strategy for working with young people, I think it’s important to remember that they will live according to different rules. According to various studies, they will have 15–20 jobs, several professions, work in a number of different cities, and so on. It has therefore become important for all major employers to attract young people who will, in accordance with the organization’s cultural code, remain within the organization’s perimeter and find themselves within it — Andrey Ocheretny, Managing Director - Head of Academic Partnerships, Sberbank.
Our own research also indicates that ‘communities’ is not just a word, it is a highly energy intensive concept. The more we get various communities involved in Rosatom, the more we create an aura around potential future employees at the company. This gives people the chance to immerse themselves in the corporate culture and to see the organization from the inside. This is important, because Rosatom is far from just being a collection of nuclear power stations... Of course, it’s a whole new universe to the uninitiated. And at Rosatom too, it’s very much the case that you can change profession more than once. You can live multiple lives — Elena Egorova-Kirillova, Deputy General Director - Director of the Methodology and Development Block, ANO Corporate Academy of Rosatom.