Russian Copper Company Joins Russia-Kazakhstan Business Council

UrBC, Chelyabinsk, November 10, 2017. Russian Copper Company presented its Smart Copper Project for HR and SCR at the Russia-Kazakh Business Council, the company press service reports.

The council met in Chelyabinsk on November 9; this was part of the 14th Russia-Kazakhstan Interregional Cooperation Forum. The event focused on the role businesses play in human capital development. Russian Copper Company’s Vice President for HR & SCR Policies Anna Shabarova made a presentation on the company’s Smart Copper Project in terms of cadre development, efficient corporate social policy, and talent pool training.

‘Our Group currently operates thirteen enterprises in four Russian constituencies and one enterprise in Kazakhstan. We employ some 8,500 people at the moment, 85% of whom come from right where our businesses are located. Our HR policy is targeted at offering competitive pay, safe and comfortable working conditions, and an efficient long-term incentive scheme. Our workers join professional skills contests, are offered professional development workshops and courses, and can train for an additional specialization right on the site,’ the press service says.

Working together with Russia’s leading polytechnic colleges and vocational schools means Russian Copper Company can invest in skilled worker training for its own companies’ sake as well as for the sake of the entire metallurgical and ore mining sector. Students can apply for Russian Copper Company scholarships, get some on-site experience as interns, and master the most advanced technologies offered by the world’s leading companies.


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