IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? All companies in the oil industry are reminded that they are required to submit their annual program contract and human resources development plan to the Ministry of Petroleum before the end of October.
What does the change mean? The plans must indicate the company’s 2017 goals for recruiting foreign workers and training Angolan workers.
Background: Companies in the oil industry register with the Ministry of Petroleum and sign a program contract that is updated annually to meet quota requirements for foreign workers. The ministry has interpreted the law to require all oil companies, including those without a program contract, to submit an annual human resources development plan. The plan must be submitted on official forms and set out companies’ recruitment and training goals for foreign nationals and Angolan workers as well as goals to hire more Angolan workers in the coming year.
BAL Analysis: Companies should submit their plans by the deadline to in order avoid delays or complications in recruiting and hiring foreign workers.
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