Nikolai Solomon has headed the new federal structure, the Federal Center of Competences in Labor Efficiency. The FCC, among other, includes improvement of labor efficiency by 25% at 850 enterprises of Russia by 2025. Over several years Solomon has supervised over labor productivity enhancement in the nuclear industry as the first deputy director general for corporate functions and senior financial director of ROSATOM. Now, the entire managerial experience of ROSATOM’s top manager will used to solve country-wide tasks.
Since appearance of ROSATOM in 2007, huge work has been done to increase efficiency of nuclear companies. Over last decade, the labor efficiency at ROSATOM’s companies has grown by 2.6 times up to RUB 5.8 million per each employee that is much larger than the average indicator for the country. The ROSATOM’s team has achieved this at the expense of introduction of the ROSATOM Production System, lean technologies and permanent improvement culture, and the cost saving program.
Solomon will combine the position of the General Director of FCC with work in ROSATOM as a Special Representative for Development of the ROSATOM Production System (RPS) in Russia. This position has been created in ROSATOM to solve a broad range of issues, including spreading RPS best practices beyond nuclear industry: in federal executive bodies, other corporations, and Russian private companies.
The Federal Center of Competences in Labor Efficiency (FCC) has been established by a decision the Presidium of Council with the President of Russia for Strategic Development and Priority Projects for Implementation of the Priority Program “Improvement of Labor Productivity and Support of Employment”. At the present time, 14 pilot enterprises from 7 regions participate in the program. The main tasks of FCC are the development of strategies for improving labor efficiency and control over their implementation, selection of enterprises for participation in the program and their support in achieving the results of the program as well as assessment of compliance of results of the companies to allocation criteria of financial assistance.