Skip to main content
Event Details
18 Nov
2016

valoriser et encourager l'investissement des entreprises dans les compétences de leurs collaborateurs

France
Paris
to

 

"Au terme de la mission "Capital humain et formation professionnelle, investissements pour la compétitivité" animée sur mandat des Ministères de l'Economie et du Travail, la Fédération de la Formation Professionnelle (FFP), organise un évènement exceptionnel le vendredi 18 novembre 2016 (de 10h00 à 13h00), au Conseil économique social et environnemental (CESE).

Cette manifestation sera l'occasion de rappeler la nécessité de valoriser l'investissement des entreprises dans le capital humain, condition sine qua non de leur compétitivité et de leur croissance.

Seront présentés les travaux résultant de cette mission, formalisés par deux outils inédits:

Un guide pratique à destination des entreprises

Un Livre vert pour favoriser l'innovation dans et par le capital humain en entreprise. 

Event Details
Status
As planned
Event type
Conference
Organiser name
Fédération Formation Professionnelle (FFP)
Theme addressed
Aims and objectives
Guide pratique à destination des entreprises
Livret pour favoriser l'innovation par le capital humain en entreprise
Attending fee
Off

Login or Sign up to join the conversation.

Have an event in mind?

Don’t hesitate to do so! Click the link below and suggest an event now!

Latest Discussions

EPALE Discussion: News media literacy for adults – why is it important right now?

Share your views with regards to news media literacy for adults!

More

Pre-school education and parental cooperation during the Covid-19 crisis period. How important actually is this cooperation?

Lockdown, State of emergency, and restrictions have imposed new obligations on each individual. Families with children in pre-primary and primary schools are particularly concerned.

More

Creative resources to facilitate local communities

Local communities' heart and soul are originated from common activities, traditions and trust. Facilitating the people's common sense and keep the common value are strongly connected to community centres, libraries, where people come together and having, doing, feeling things together. In 2020, as a result of the COVID-19, this background, the beating heart of the communities stopped working and since then, they have been struggling with difficulties to maintain the wellbeing of people on the local level.

More