Re-engineer Your Approach to Strategic Workforce Planning & Practical Talent Acquisition to Meet the Changing Demands of a Future Focused Energy Company
LEAP TA: Oil & Gas is a new and unique opportunity for strategic talent leaders to hear from the energy companies best prepared for the future.
Uncover the new, practical solutions to your most urgent workforce planning and recruitment challenges at the only industry-specific event built just for those with a stake in finding the next generation of Oil & Gas talent.
Only at LEAP TA: Oil & Gas will you uncover the industry’s most forward thinking talent acquisition leaps, including:
|How Marathon Petroleum's future focused talent acquisition strategy enabled it to exceed its new hire target and cut time to hire in half|
|How Weatherford’s head of talent acquisition broke away from traditional talent acquisition processes at a previous an Oil & Gas firm to dramatically enhance acceptance offers, reduce turnover, and save $2.4million in recruitment costs|
|How Baker Hughes, a GE Company has focused on end to end accountability and taken a next-generation approach to strategic workforce planning to transform the efficiency of its recruitment machine|
|How Cheniere Energy re-imagined the connection between talent acquisition, development and retention to transform the way it plans for and finds the new talent it needs to drive business agility at a time of continued industry change|
|How Schlumberger equipped its hiring managers with the knowledge and tools they needed to enhance the candidate experience, onboarding, and engagement of high-potential military veterans|
"If we do what we’ve always done, we’ll get what we’ve always got. It’s time to rethink, re-imagine and reinvent how we do HR in Oil & Gas, and LEAP is the perfect place to do just that."
Harry Elsinga, Chief Human Resources Officer, Baker Hughes, a GE Company
Four time attendee at the sister event of LEAP TA: Oil & Gas
“LEAP TA Oil & Gas is a unique opportunity for us to come together to share best practices, collaborate and find new ways to support each other in times of significant industry change.”
Amber Rabo, Director of Organizational Effectiveness & Talent Acquisition, Cheniere Energy