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Managing Human Resources in the Field of Nuclear Energy

IAEA Nuclear Energy Series No. NG-G-2.1 (Rev. 1)

English STI/PUB/1958 ¦ 978-92-0-126121-2

87 pages ¦ 5 figures ¦ € 38.00 ¦ Date published: 2023

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This publication provides guidance on the management of human resources in the field of nuclear energy. It considers this issue at both the individual and organizational level, and the development of an appropriate human resource management (HRM) strategy. It elaborates on ten key HR processes concerning the management of individual employees, as well as the four broader organizational issues – organizational and safety culture, stakeholder engagement, diversity and inclusion, and change management – to which they relate. It describes the importance of having a correct HRM strategy is in place, together with the right level of competent resources, effective processes, and procedures, to support the needs of nuclear organizations.

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IAEA Nuclear Energy, Managing Human Resources, Field of Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Industry, Human Capital, Employees, Guidance, Effective Management, Good Practices, Human Resource Management, HRM, Key Elements, Associated Processes, Nuclear Organizations, Key Roles, HRM Professionals, Company Management, Employee Relations, Organizational Aspects, Workforce Planning, Candidate Sourcing, Recruitment, Induction, Orientation, Training, Development, Systematic Approach to Training, SAT, Renumeration, Benefits, Retention, Performance Management, Talent, Succession Management, Well-Being, Employee Turnover, Retirement, Change Management, Safety and Organizational Culture, Stakeholder, Diversity, Inclusion, HRM Strategy, Competent Resources, Effective Processes, Procedures

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