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Title: Factors for mobilizing human resources to work in the Arctic // Арктика: история и современность: труды ежегодной международной научной конференции, Санкт-Петербург, 18-19 апреля 2018 года
Creators: Nikitina Anni; Yakovleva Julia; Gavrilova Arina; Shulepov Vladimir
Organization: Saint Petersburg Mining University
Imprint: Санкт-Петербург: ПОЛИТЕХ-ПРЕСС, 2019
Collection: Общая коллекция
Document type: Article, report
File type: PDF
Language: English
DOI: 10.18720/SPBPU/2/id19-124
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The work contains the study which identifies factors for mobilising human resources to work in the Arctic region of the Russian Federation. Currently, the Arctic is a very unpopular place of permanent residence due to its nature, climate, and geography. This is further confirmed by the statistics of the migration of the people in the constituent entities located beyond the Arctic Circle. Therefore, it is necessary to practice a comprehensive approach to the research of the existing and potential drivers to develop recommendations for the companies that are planning to or have operations in the Arctic and for relevant government authorities. The first part of the article focuses on the review of the current state guarantees and benefits to people working in the Extreme North and emphasises their low incentive potential. The second part of the article is a sociological study carried out by the students of the Mining University Economics Department. Its results are used as a basis to articulate key drivers that would make Arctic work appealing for young talents. They include a preferred salary level, social and cultural environment in the workplace and in the community life, a potential period young professionals are willing to move to the North, and their mobility level. The constituent entities of the Russian Federation in the Arctic are found to be currently capable of providing the drivers of choice. The research is the first stage in a proposed multi-disciplinary study carried out by young scientists and professionals from the St. Petersburg Mining University.

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