Nueva Herramienta Para Emprendedoras: Plataforma Ofrecerá Capacitación Gratuita En Habilidades Digitales video

En el marco de la reciente Cumbre Global de Emprendimiento GES 2019, la CEO de SheWorks! dio detalles sobre el lanzamiento de una ‘academia’ que ofrecerá cursos gratuitos para potenciar la empleabilidad de las mujeres, capacitándolas en habilidades. SheWorks!, una plataforma virtual que apoya el desarrollo laboral de las mujeres, busca acortar la brecha de acceso a educación completamente gratuita para emprendedoras interesadas en mejorar sus habilidades digitales, anunció su CEO Silvina Moschini. En el marco de la reciente Cumbre Global de EmprendimientoGES 2019 , Moschini dio detalles a Gestión sobre el lanzamiento de una ‘academia’ que ofrecerá cursos gratuitos para potenciar la empleabilidad de las mujeres, capacitándolas en habilidades técnicas en community management, gestión de proyectos por Internet y tecnologías de Google, Facebook y Salesforce. “El objetivo es ayudarlas ...

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The Future of Work is Now: Talent Trends that will Transform your Organization image

The advancements and speed of technological disruption are rapidly growing, and we should be doing everything in our power to embrace these transformations. While individuals and companies need to stay up-to-date with current technologies, they also need to be aware of the growing complexity of talent trends. Talent acquisition is an ever-evolving strategy and companies need to equip themselves with the most appropriate resources to stay ahead of the curve. According to the Randstad Talent Trends research, which surveyed more than 800 human capital and C-Suite leaders in 17 countries about the current initiatives on talent acquisition, there were some eye-opening findings: 76% of companies that haven’t yet adopted a total talent approach plan to do so in the next ...

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Flexible and Digitally Powered Work Models: the Real Gift for Mothers on Mother’s Day image

The gender gap in the workforce is seen in a number of ways and for many mothers, its prominence is felt most by the inability to effectively balance family obligations and work. Here are a few interesting facts to consider this Mother’s Day: A 2107 report from the US Department of Labor found that mothers are the primary or sole earners for 40% of households with children under 18.  That number was just 11 percent in 1960. According to a 2017 PwC study, entitled, “Winning the Fight for Female Talent”, one of the top five reasons women leave a company is because they wanted a role with more flexibility and one of the top three things that makes a company attractive is flexible work arrangements. ...

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Transparency and Inclusion, the driving concepts of Americas CEOs Summit in Peru image

That’s a wrap!  Every three years, the most influential business forum of the America, brings together top CEOs, Heads of State, and over a thousand business executives for strategic discussions of issues related to economic growth and development; and the VIII Summit of the Americas (Lima, Peru, April 2018) did not disappoint. Opening remarks were delivered by Martin Vizcarra, President of Peru; followed by Luis Alberto Moreno, President of Inter-American Development Bank (IBD).  Also in attendance the heads of state of Argentina, Bahamas, Bolivia, Canada, Chile, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Honduras, Mexico, and Panama. A remarkable group of CEOs of leading companies participated as panelists and speakers at the event and, refreshingly, 45% of the panelists were women.

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Innovation 2.0: The economic lessons from Spain’s thriving tech sector image

One of the big economic challenges facing countries in the developed world is how to encourage growth in their start-up and tech companies after the global financial crisis highlighted an over reliance on financial services. Could some answers lie in Spain’s thriving tech sector and entrepreneurial spirit, which is helping the country rebound after a deep recession? In May, eBay’s acquisition of Spain’s Ticketbis, an online ticket market, for an undisclosed sum that was reported to be $165m, is the latest evidence of the country’s thriving technology sector. After a deep recession (http://www.forbes.com/places/spain/), which was triggered by the global financial crisis in 2008 and lasted until 2014, Spain is expected to soon become one of the fastest growing economies of ...

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