ROSATOM's people

Prominent people play a fundamental role in the history of the nuclear industry and its development. A group of brilliant scientists led by Igor Kurchatov have achieved an unprecedented technological breakthrough, while talented administrators, the legendary 'nuclear' minister Efim Slavsky being the foremost among them, have created a new industry, which has become a driver of development for the entire economy.
 
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For ROSATOM to achieve its strategic goals, it is necessary for its employees to be able to fully unlock their potential. This is why people are ROSATOM's most important capital. In the 21st century, HR policy prioritizes rapid competence development, the ability to work in a new, changing environment and the training of leaders at all levels.

To attract the best talent, ROSATOM works continuously to strengthen its reputation as a global employer and adopter of best HR practices. In 2019, ROSATOM topped the ranking of the best employers compiled by HeadHunter, Russia's largest recruitment website.

State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom attracts the best students: in 2019, the grade point average of university graduates hired by the ROSATOM totalled 4.7 points. This means that one in every three young employees hired by ROSATOM had graduated with honours. The National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (NRNU MEPhI) remains the central university for the industry. Its alumni include six Nobel Prize winners.

ROSATOM is actively promoting Russian nuclear education on the export market. In 2019, over 1,600 foreign students were studying in Russian universities with a specialism in nuclear and related disciplines.

In 2019, ROSATOM became a strategic partner of the WorldSkills international professional skills competition in Kazan. After the conclusion of the competition, the WorldSkills Kazan 2019 Skills Declaration was signed by 82 countries on the initiative of Russia, with active support from ROSATOM. The aim of the Declaration is to standardize international approaches to training quality assessment and professional development. It is underpinned by a human-centric approach. This document provides a foundation for the labour market of the future.

FOR ROSATOM TO ACHIEVE ITS STRATEGIC GOALS, IT IS NECESSARY FOR ITS EMPLOYEES TO BE ABLE TO FULLY UNLOCK THEIR POTENTIAL. THIS IS WHY PEOPLE ARE ROSATOM’S MOST IMPORTANT CAPITAL



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