BP careers in Russia
Our prospects of becoming a sustainable company depend on our people. Our priority is accessing, developing, retaining and incentivizing the highest quality talent necessary to maintain the capability of the group to deliver on its strategy and plans
We seek out employees who share our ambition to be competitive, successful and a force for human progress. A particular focus is to attract such people in our new profit centres and emerging markets.
Our aim is to create a global meritocracy that welcomes people from all backgrounds: young, old, male, female, of all races and every nationality, physical ability, region, sexual orientation and identity.
Our industry is complex and competitive. It also faces a significant skills shortage. That is why we are stepping up our efforts to attract people with world-class capabilities. We are also providing new learning and development opportunities for employees and acting to strengthen BP’s culture of diversity and inclusion.
The shape of BP’s workforce changed through 2007, 2008 and in early 2009 as we implemented our forward agenda programme, designed to enhance performance and reduce complexity. Transformation programmes have been undertaken in many teams to eliminate duplication and remove unnecessary layers of management.