Lagos - International oil companies (IOCs) operating in Nigeria have frozen their job recruitment processes indefinitely as some of them gear up to complete their divestment from Nigeria later this year.
The IOCs have no plans to create new positions in the years ahead as operating conditions have deteriorated in the last year, reports New Telegraph.
The federal government has been blamed for this decision as it has failed to provide an enabling environment for the oil industry to thrive in.
The firms are now using temporary and contract workers to meet short term demands.
Read more at New Telegraph.
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