Total Workforce by Employment Type, Employment Contract, and Region
Measures taken under the uniform personnel policy take account of the distribution grid sector’s strategy, the particularities of different regions’ development, and the country’s socio-economic development. The scope of measures is determined by the current and forecasted status of companies’ human resources and the long-term goals of developing the electricity distribution sector.
The electricity distribution grid sector is one of the country’s largest employers due to the sector’s technological features and because it is necessary to operate electric grid facilities in 69 constituent entities of the Russian Federation: the number of the Group’s employees is approximately 190,000.
Personnel policy is aimed at high-quality staffing support for companies’ operations in accordance with workforce requirements that take account of changes in resignations, planned alterations to the functional structure (insourcing or outsourcing), processes of the consolidation of electric grid assets, and commissioning of new facilities. This approach ensures the formation of workforce that meets the electricity distribution grid sector’s goals in relation to the number and characteristics of employees.
TABLE 14. STAFF ON THE PAYROLL OF SDCS IN 2012
|Number of staff on the payroll||Average Number of employees with secondary employment,||Average Number of personnel employed under civil contracts|
|Total for SDCs engaged in electricity distribution||188,816||400||4 720|
|IDGC of Centre||29,938||51||187|
|IDGC of North-West||14,793||39||155|
|IDGC of Urals||12,883||54||2,071|
|IDGC of Volga||21,369||27||1,312|
|IDGC of Siberia||21,258||27||15|
|IDGC of South||14,035||32||31|
|IDGC of Center and Volga Region||22,228||64||271|
|IDGC of Northern Caucasus||12,812||26||77|