|By Marketwire .||
|November 23, 2012 08:15 AM EST||
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA and LONDON and ATLANTA, GA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/23/12 --
PageUp People, a Multinational Talent Management solutions provider
Will exhibit its award-winning, single-platform talent management solutions during the Talent Management Alliance's People in Energy: Human Capital & HSE Summit for Oil & Gas and serve as a gold-level sponsor of the event.
The conference will take place from Monday, November 26 through Wednesday, November 28, 2012.
People in Energy Summit
1600 Lamar Street
PageUp People will exhibit its multinational talent management solutions at Booth No. 14.
A confluence of events, including rising oil prices and changing demographics, have stretched energy industry resources to the breaking point. From rig workers to petroleum engineers, there is more work to be done than there are people to do it. As a result, many companies are scrambling to fill critical positions, by paying inflated salaries to lure skilled employees away from rival firms or implementing short-term solutions, such as delaying retirement and rehiring retired employees. The 2012 People in Energy Summit aims to address the crucial talent management issues facing the industry and share strategies for how organizations can develop a skilled and knowledgeable workforce able to lead and sustain operational growth.
During the summit, PageUp People will exhibit its industry-leading, SaaS-based unified talent management solutions and explain how they can be used by organizations in the oil and gas industry to successfully identify, hire and retain qualified workers from the global talent pool and provide them with the necessary development to ensure they contribute to the ongoing success of the company. Additionally, PageUp People's talent management experts will demonstrate how the company's innovative technology facilitates global efficiencies across all talent management functions and geographies and enables energy companies to better align their talent with overall business strategies.
Attendees of the People in Energy Summit who want to learn more about how PageUp People's multinational talent management solutions can improve the way they recruit and develop needed talent are encouraged to visit the company at Booth No. 14.
About PageUp People
PageUp People helps multinational employers strategically align their talent resources to execute corporate strategy across borders, business units, cultures and languages -- maximizing employee value and business results. The PageUp People SaaS-delivered solution unifies Recruiting, Performance Management, Compensation, Training & Development, Career Planning, Succession Management and Advanced Workforce Analytics to help global employers overcome the talent management challenges that are inherent to operating across multiple geographies.
PageUp People solutions support large multinational organizations, including several Global 500 employers and more than 90,000 HR practitioners operating across more than 180 countries from a broad range of industries, including financial services, retail, mining and refining, transportation and telecommunications. PageUp People is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia with additional office locations in Sydney, London, Shanghai and Atlanta. Learn more about how PageUp People can help transform your organization's multinational HR initiatives by visiting http://www.pageuppeople.com.
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