Month: November 2020
CLOSE TO TURNING 120, GERDAU HAS THE FIRST WOMAN IN CHARGE OF A STEEL COMPANY
The steelmaker Gerdau will have, for the first time, a woman at the head of one of its industrial operations, within a sector that is still predominantly male. A 43-year-old engineer, Michelle Robert has just assumed the position of President of the Gerdau Summit.
THE NEED FOR DEMOCRATIZATION OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE FOR INSERTION IN THE LABOR MARKET
It is known that English is the world language of business, culture and science - and the most widely spoken language in the world - and it is increasingly becoming a determining criterion for any hiring.
GOVERNMENT OF SÃO PAULO CREATES 1st INNOVATION CENTER FOR PAULIST BASIC EDUCATION
Initiative is part of Inova Educação, as a means of allowing students to take advantage of innovative spaces for teaching and learning knowledge aligned to the needs of the 21st century
GOYN SÃO PAULO PROGRAM PRESENTS SOLUTIONS FOR EMPLOYABILITY OF PERIPHERAL YOUTH IN FREE AND ONLINE EVENT
Global Opportunity Youth Network Program, which works towards the productive inclusion of young people from socially vulnerable communities around the world, is launched in São Paulo with an initial network of 85 organizations
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE PROFESSIONALIZATION OF FEMALE ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN BRAZIL
When the look is specific to entrepreneurship, what is identified is that the impact on small businesses caused by Covid-19 is greater for women than for men
MORE THAN A MARK, BLACK CONSCIOUSNESS IN BUSINESS AS AN INSTITUTIONAL AND ANTI-RACIST POSITION
It is necessary to see Black Consciousness month not as a date for celebration, but as an opportunity to implement effective inclusion policies within companies.
CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS AND THEIR FUNDAMENTAL ROLE IN ARTICULATION BETWEEN DIFFERENT SECTORS
Have you ever questioned the impact of private sector participation in the management of your city? Or, still, what is the level of investment of this sector in socioenvironmental policies? In this article, our CEO, Daniel Grynberg, raises this debate.
TRENCH ROSSI WATANABE CONQUEST THE MUNICIPAL SEAL HUMAN RIGHTS AND DIVERSITY FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR
The Human Rights and Diversity Seal recognizes good practices in managing diversity and promoting human rights in companies, public bodies and third sector organizations.
+UNIDOS HOLDS ITS ANNUAL ASSEMBLY AND HAS THE PARTICIPATION OF TODD CHAPMAN, AMBASSADOR OF THE USA IN BRAZIL
On that occasion, +Unidos also welcomed the new member companies and presented the most relevant results of social impact obtained to the Directors over the last year.