The 'great resignation' continues and its impact on companies globally, across all roles, is driving a new vision for employee development policies
“Repeating does good”, the Latin saying goes. As a simple exercise serving to highlight news, concepts and notions that are often lost in the vast expanse of information that surrounds us and stimulates us every day, it can improve the awareness of the individual.
By Paolo Peretti, director of the Merlo Training and Research Centre
In every company, strategic choices must be focused on the people and employees who, through their work, enable the company to grow and translate objectives into results. But is it always like this?
The State-Regions Agreement of 22/02/2012 defined the types of training and refresher courses that operators are required to take in order to qualify to use various categories of machinery, and made provisions for the delivery of both theoretical training, via classroom-based sessions, and e-learning, where necessary.
In the past, astonishment and admiration were an expression of the emotions linked to an event, a person, an important goal achieved. Wonder and respect were a sign of appreciation and, in every language, words had their own deep meaning.
The world of work is evolving, contexts are changing fast, technology is advancing and the field of knowledge exceeds the human capacity to store and manage all the information.