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Covid-19 And Universities

Author: Irene Marineo The Coronavirus emergency has unquestionably forced individuals all over the world to live a reality that no one would ever have imagined having to face. In addition to the almost constant fear of contagion, there is also uncertainty and concern for the future, especially when we talk about the future we instinctively think of the new generations. In this regard, a highly sensitive issue is that of...

Best Wishes – Holiday Season 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7T0cpYekmc At the end of this, to say the least, complex year, I want to share with you some reflections through this 60-second video that traces a series of points that are significant to me, to us as a company and, I hope, they will be to you too. You may notice some technical inaccuracies in the video due to the need to share this message in the short and...

GEC #19 Gender Pop

Author: Irene Marineo The different has always been frightening and what is considered foreign intimidates. What various institutions are still trying to do today is to reverse this trend, to consider diversity as a value, because it is precisely from the confrontation with different realities that new opportunities arise. To confirm this, just think that if researchers did not think "outside the box" there would be no innovations and new...

How to Welcome a Returning Expatriate

Author: Salvatore Corradi – FM Chairman If the remote management of a Global Manager requires a series of precautions (cf. “The Figure of the Expat: the Manager Who keeps his Bags Packed”), the same thing goes for the return home of an employee. After months or years of work abroad, the international mission of a Global Manager draws to a close, bringing with it a series of consequences that cannot be underestimated. Those...

GEC #18 Religion and Gender Equality

Author: Salvatore Corradi - FM Chairman On October 3, Pope Francis signed the encyclical on fraternity and social friendship entitled "All Brothers", letter that has sparked not a few controversies. The Holy Father's intentions were to sensitize the faithful to a better political activity, which was more "popular" and less "populist", also paying particular attention to the issue of the inclusion of foreigners and those most in need. However, the...

GEC #17 Gender Diversity in the UK

Author: Anne Jagger – UK FM GEC Representative In 1918, the UK government passed The Representation of the People Act, which paved the way for women to vote in UK elections for the first time. As with much equality legislation, then and now, it fell short of granting parity to those it sought to equalise. The first draft of the act merely granted voting rights to women over the age...

The Secrets of the Partnership between Human Resources and Outsourcing Companies

Author: Salvatore Corradi - FM Chairman Before embarking on a shared outsourcing process of one or more HR activities, it is essential to consider the strategic nature of this choice in order not to run potentially harmful risks. We are aware of the different types of outsourcing that exist, i.e. the complete 360-degree service (with end-to-end recruitment solutions), the hybrid service (where the customer also benefits from his own recruitment...

#4 Navigating the New Normal in the International Workplace

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-I_Gl9vxfM&feature=youtu.be The protagonists of the new episode of the podcast are an incredible duo mother and son: they are Anne Jagger and Steve Brame who told Michele and Len a bit of their family and work history that led them to become representatives of FM United Kindom and, at the same time, two key components of a recruiting agency that operates in London, Oxfordshire and The Cotswolds.