Emerging from the crisis: investment in personnel and team development
Working closely with our client ad laborem, Rhein S.Q.M. trainers have successfully completed the mentor model.
Newspaper report in ‘Mannheimer Morgen’, Sept. 2, 2009
Experience gained over time and curiosity of the young combined – ad laborem starts mentoring programme
Data surveys in the metropolitan area have shown: The percentage of young people under 25 with educational deficiencies, i.e. lack of training is set to increase in future. At the same time, the percentage of older people beyond the age of 50 with severe physical disabilities will also increase. These are the target groups, from which the integrational enterprise ad laborem will be recruiting their personnel. “For us, it was therefore a logical step to bring together these two groups in order to have them benefit from each other”, explains ad laborem Managing Director Klaus Litwinschuh. “This is how the mentoring programme ‘Young and Old – Hand in Hand towards Success’ was born, which is currently in the implementation stage in our company”. Read more