Tags » Skilled Labour

Sergio Machado emphasizes on better training of the human resource in Brazil

The world is at a crossroads again. The prevalent global situations have paved in a way for countries like Brazil to carve a niche for themselves. 309 more words

Sergio Machado

If You're so Smart Why Ain't You Rich?: Higher education and innovation

The other day, career politician and Republican nominee long shot Marco Rubio said that the world needed more welders, less philosophers.” Plato was smart and all but he probably should’ve shut up and started welding. 650 more words

Literature

Has Umbrella been good for construction workers?

Over recent years, many construction workers have been ‘encouraged’ to operate through umbrella arrangements. Changes in legislation seem to have led to a number of companies, especially recruitment agencies, to move away from offering CIS schemes to their skilled labour construction workers. 124 more words

CIS

Shortage of Skilled Labour in Germany: Does it really exist? (Part 3)

Photo Credit: http://www.sausedo.net

by Paul Köper, Tobias Sieblitz and Ares Kalandides

Are we really heading towards a major shortage of skilled labour? Is it the demographic change as we are often told? 619 more words

Inpolis

Shortage of Skilled Labour in Germany: Does it really exist? (Part 2)

Photo Credit: http://www.august-faller.de

by Paul Köper, Tobias Sieblitz and Ares Kalandides

In Part 1 of this blog series we ended by asking the question whether the debate about a shortage of skilled labour in Germany had any substance. 633 more words

Shortage of Skilled Labour in Germany: Does it really exist? (Part 1)

Photo Credit: courtesy of Siemens

by Paul Köper, Tobias Sieblitz and Ares Kalandides

The term skilled labour or rather the shortage of such seems to be omnipresent these days. 641 more words

Germany

Of Roofing Jobs and Men

Sometimes people ask me if i know what I’m doing.  Before they hire me, not after.  Even my mother thinks that way.  Not surprising, of course, and i don’t take it personally.   443 more words

Carpentry