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GEC #5 Gender Equality Where to Start?

Author: Emilia Azevedo – Portugal FMA GEC Representative Equality is, in Portugal, a right enshrined in the Portuguese Constitution, however, and although in recent years we have seen a positive evolution, we are still far from reasonable in terms of gender equality. The remuneration of women is, on average, 16.7% below that of men, however, as the level of qualification increases, the greater the salary differential between men and women,...

Revolutionizing the Company Through Digital HR Posted in News

Author: Salvatore Corradi – FM Chairman In the past, the relationship between European companies and digitization has always been quite fluctuating. It must not have been easy to keep up with new technologies and digital methodologies, especially for the more conservative who are used to working “the old-fashioned way”. However (and the recent pandemic is proof of this), the need to get closer and closer to the digital world is...

Future Manager Beyond Corona Virus #19

Author: Paulo Loja - Future Manager Portugal“Not just the skills, but The right skills” After COVID-19 impact, companies have changed and so has their need to keep changing several processes, improving technology and their working strategies to face the new reality. With this in mind, recruiting companies must be aware of that if they want to keep being a relevant source of crucial resources for the working market. The new...

Future Manager Beyond Corona Virus #11

Author: Future Manager Iberia Hoy os presentamos las SoftSkills más valoradas, a día de hoy, en el mercado laboral: ???? Comunicación ✨ Organización ???? Trabajo en equipo ???? Pensamiento crítico ???? Puntualidad ???? Habilidades sociales y automotivación ???? Creatividad ???? Comunicación interpersonal ???? Adaptabilidad ???? Amabilidad Otras SOFT SKILLS que empiezan a demandarse mucho en la actualidad, que podemos encontrar en cualquier oferta laboral de LinkedIn, son: la inteligencia emocional,...

WMF 2019: Ten Key Recommendations

  #WMF2019 has brought up different topics useful to the manufacturing sector. The conclusion of the Forum leaves us with ten interesting Recommendations. These inputs aim at working towards creating an educated and skilled manufacturing workforce now and in the future. Here the first five Key Recommendations: 1. Create a manufacturing market with a life - long learning mind - set: it aims at creating a workforce that proactively seeks...

Workshop: Information Technology

  The existing skill gap in the IT sector brings us to a mismatch between the offer and demand of profiles within the sector. This issue affects mostly companies and the first outcome of this phenomenon resulted in the hiring of technical profiles from abroad.  For this reason, Future Manager organizes a Workshop dedicated to the topic of Information Technology. It aims at finding operational and functional solutions to this...

An interesting Cooperation example (Italy – Germany)

The WMF 2019 Report shows us an interesting article about a project called digITALIA. Italy’s economy has a global importance as it is the second largest industrial nation in Europe. Due to this and the fact that there is a bilateral cooperation between Germany and Italy in the field of Vocational Education and Training the German- Italian Chamber of Commerce launched the two- year project digItalia in November 2018, which...

WMF: Ten Key Recommendations

    The aim of these Key Recommendations is to forge the ability to work towards creating an educated and skilled manufacturing workforce now and in the future. Here the Ten Key Recommendations that companies should consider implementing:   Create a Manufacturing Market with a Life-Long Learning Mindset: Workers should proactively seek out life-long learning opportunities, create personal and professional incentives for workers to engage in training, empower workers by...