In 2019, the active personnel turnover level did not change compared to 2018 and amounted to 4.0%.
The average turnover rate is quite low, which indicates staff stability. This is the result of ongoing activities to develop corporate culture, increase staff loyalty, and ensure respectable income and benefits package.
In 2019, the level of full personnel turnover increased and amounted to 12.5% (8.2% in 2018), which is mainly associated with measures to enhance business performance at the enterprises.
|Active turnover||Full turnover||Active turnover||Full turnover||Active turnover||Full turnover|
|Socialist Republic of Vietnam||1.7||18.5||1.8||4.1||1.3||3.5|
|Republic of Srpska (Bosnia and Herzegovina)||2.1||6.8||1.6||6.7||3.2||21.8|
|Republic of Cuba||0||27.3||0||54.5||0||36.4|
The high rate of full turnover in the Republic of Cuba is associated with the expiration of employment contracts, while there were no dismissals on grounds which may be referred to as active turnover.
In the Services segment in Russia, the high personnel turnover level is associated with the measures to increase labor productivity at Giprovostokneft JSC and the end of fixed-term employment contracts at Zarubezhneftestroymontazh LLC and Arktikmorneftegazrazvedka JSC. In the Upstream segment, the high personnel turnover level is associated with measures to enhance business performance, while in branches and representative offices, it is associated with the small number of employees.
|Area of activity||Personnel turnover|
|Active turnover||Full turnover|
|Zarubezhneft JSC branches and representative offices||4.2||29.2|