HR Policy

The goal of the HR Policy is to ensure the optimal balance of processes of renewal and maintenance of quantitative and qualitative composition of the personnel, its development in accordance with the needs of the Company, requirements of the current legislation and the labor market.

Personnel management efficiency principles:

  1. Attitude to the personnel as to the long-term investments, main corporate resource – expenses for personnel management measures should be paid off by results of production activity
  2. Mutual responsibility of employees and the Company for the fulfillment of their obligations and performance – use of modern scientific developments in the field of personnel management which could provide the maximum economic and social effect
  3. Recruitment of the personnel in terms of their professional and personal qualities – orientation to the needs of business areas, involving the systematic collection of data on specially developed forms reflecting quantitative and qualitative indicators of human resources
  4. Systematic personnel performance evaluation – analysis of the quality of human resources available in the Company and their compliance with requirements for the position considering the Company’s strategic goals
  5. Efficiency and openness in decision-making on incentives and penalties – development of a comprehensive approach to increasing loyalty and reducing personnel turnover, development of corporate culture
  6. Continuity of decisions taken under the HR Policy – continuity of knowledge, experience and traditions, focus on development and training of employees

Key areas of HR Policy:

  • Effective employment of the personnel
  • Improvement of corporate culture
  • Training and development of the personnel
  • Evaluation and motivation of the personnel

Professional development of the personnel

Talent Management