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Employee potential management – training and development programmes

As the PGNiG Group’s subsidiaries are engaged in a wide range of business activities, it is up to each of them to determine the type and extent of their staff training.

As the PGNiG Group’s subsidiaries are engaged in a wide range of business activities, it is up to each of them to determine the type and extent of their staff training. The training management system in place is a vital tool in developing human resources. Our employees are given opportunities to improve their professional qualifications through a range of training programmes, postgraduate studies, industry conferences, seminars and symposia, and also through occupational training.

Depending on their respective responsibilities and individual needs, employees can participate in a variety of training courses covering all aspects of a modern business, including risk management, legal environment analysis and customer service. Training courses which focus on soft skills, such as communication, teamwork, team management and task management, are also an important part of the process.

In June 2016, the Organization’s Talent Identification System (SITO – System Identyfikacji Talentów Organizacji) was launched, initiating the Academy of Future Leaders (ALP – Akademia Liderów Przyszłości). The aim of the SITO Programme is to select employees with a high potential (talent) who can then be covered by the Academy of Future Leaders (ALP) development programme, preparing them to perform further functions in the organization, including managerial functions.

The number of training hours per PGNiG employee in 2017 was 32.

The number of training hours per PGNiG Group employee in 2017 was 24.

Number of training hours, by sex

Number of training hours, by type of job

Performance assessment

Twice a year, employees are evaluated based on the Performance Assessment System in place at PGNiG.

In the process, particular emphasis is placed on targets assigned to individual employees, which are linked to strategic objectives of the Company. Percentage of employees subject to the performance assessment process:

  • 100.0% of PGNiG employees in 2017;
  • 79.0% of all PGNiG Group emloyees in 2017.