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Youth policy

Youth outreach is an important focus area of LUKOIL’s activities. It is aimed at attracting young professionals and capitalizing on their professional potential. The Company’s subsidiaries offer career guidance to school and university students by arranging production facility tours and Doors Open Days for them. The Company has been cooperating with numerous educational establishments which it views as its strategic partners. It launched its “Start to the Future” project, as part of which the Company seeks to attract the best students and young professionals. In 2014, thirty-two 3rd to 5th year university students  took part in the “Start to the Future” project, 20 people did internship with the company, and four graduates received employment with the Russian LUKOIL Group Organizations.

PJSC LUKOIL’s youth outreach policy is based on realization of the Integrated Target Program of the LUKOIL Group covering work with young employees and young specialists from 2008 to 2017 and the applicable local regulations. Its goal is to set up and maintain a three-stage talent pool selection, training and building process of the Group.

The youth account for about 25% of the Company’s total headcount, which is indicative of the efficiency of LUKOIL’s youth outreach policy and compliant with the Functional Human Resources Strategy. In 2014 the Company employed about 12 thousand individuals under 30, or 49% of the total number of those employed.

Internship with the LUKOIL Group Organizations may be applied for by students of the 3d or higher years majoring in oil and gas, chemical or power engineering professions, provided that they have a degree in a blue-collar job.

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