Beerenberg experiencing that it is attractive to work in the company. Staff turnover is historically low, and the company has little trouble recruiting new staff, CEO & President Morten Walde, writes in the latest edition of Management Letter.
The OECD expects the Norwegian mainland economy to see robust growth of 3% in 2014 and 3.3% in 2015. At the same time it points out that the Norwegian economy remains vulnerable. The organisation warns that another global financial downturn would have a major impact on the Norwegian economy.
Level of activity
Beerenberg has seen extensive growth throughout 2013. The greatest advances were made in the first six months, however. So far in the second half of the year the company has been working to reduce the proportion of contract workers on the plants it operates to an optimal level and has taken other structural steps to boost activity levels.
HES/Q, technology development and skills-development
At a macro level Beerenberg finds that its KPI-based data reflect a healthy trend for the company in key areas such as HES/Q, technology development and skills development. Other parameters used to measure sickness absence and staff turnover support these constructive tendencies. We should therefore be proud of what we are achieving, particularly as regards our first line managers on the various installations.
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