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Gaining knowledge retention in energy industries

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It is a trend that has become increasingly apparent for the past decade or more. America’s workforce is getting older. In many industries, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports, the labor force is at or rapidly approaching retirement.
A new article from geoAMPS discusses the impacts of an aging workforce in energy industries, and viable solutions. The article is published on The Daily Energy Report website. It made the site’s list of Most Popular Posts.

One of the most critical challenges facing energy industries is the ability to recruit and retain a skilled workforce. Workers approaching retirement possess unique and, unfortunately in some cases, undocumented knowledge of projects and processes. As a large percentage of employees retire from energy industries, there will be a need to build up institutional knowledge retention to ensure a smooth transition from experienced to inexperienced employees.
The Daily Energy Report article discusses how conversion to a centralized Web database and process standardization can help organizations achieve a higher level of knowledge retention.
A centralized Web database and process standardization are advantages made possible through the geoAMPS solution. For more information, contact Guy Allen, Business Development Director, at 614-389-4871.
Dan Liggett is Communications and Public Relations Manager for geoAMPS, a technology company in the Columbus, OH, area that provides software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. For more information, visit

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