Inside this issue:

 

Hiring Millennials and Gen Zs
for the Oil and Gas Industry

 

Welcome to Our New Customers

 

COBRA and Flash Drives

 

 

 

 

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Celebrating 20 Years

 

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Article by: Jolene Kramer, President


The oil and gas industry is facing strong competition in attracting science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) talent, with 44 percent of STEM millennials and Generation Zs (Gen Z) interested in pursuing a career in oil and gas, compared to 77 percent in the technology sector, 58 percent in life sciences and pharmaceuticals, and 57 percent in healthcare, according to the inaugural global “Workforce of the Future” survey released by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (ADNOC) at CERAWeek by IHS Markit, held recently in Houston.

Salary, work-life balance, job stability, on-the-job fulfillment, and good work environment are ranked as the top five drivers behind potential career choices for STEM millennials and Gen Zs.

“The findings from the ADNOC Workforce of the Future survey show the more STEM millennials and Gen Zs associate oil and gas with new technologies, the more interested they will be in a career in the industry,” said United Arab Emirates Minister of State and ADNOC Group CEO Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber. “The oil and gas industry should position itself at the cutting edge of technology and showcase how breakthrough innovation is vital to every aspect of our business across the upstream and downstream value chain. As we enter the Fourth Industrial Age, we need to come together as an industry and, with our technology industry partners, better highlight the exciting opportunities our dynamic industry offers to young talent with strong technology skills”. The infographic below provides an overview of the key findings. For more detailed information and to download a copy of the survey, visit Workforce of the Future Survey.End of Article

Workforce Future Survey Infographic


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Gibson Energy – Hardisty, AB
Husky Midstream –
Lloydminster, SK
Pin Oak Terminals –
Corpus Christi, TX
Kinder Morgan Canada –
Sherwood Park, AB


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Article by: John Greiner, Director of Engineering

USB Flash Drives have gained popularity due to their simplicity of use and portability. One problem with portable devices, however, is the risk of data theft. For this reason, more and more companies are starting to implement new flash drive security policies to help safeguard company data.

Some allow only secure or encrypted flash drives while other companies have gone a step further and have implemented policies which prohibit the use of flash drives all together.

Fortunately, JPS has developed solutions that allow you to administer COBRA with unsecured flash drives, encrypted flash drives or without flash drives all together. If you would like more information about how to run COBRA without flash drives, please contact us via email at cobrasupport@jps-usa.com or by calling us at +1 877-275-4577. End of Article


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