“We are investing in a training center that we will inaugurate in a few months, it will be called Philip Morris Institute for Manufacturing Competences” through which “we develop an industrial competence center that is not only a training center for our employees, but creates employees of the future”. This was stated during a debate at the Rimini Meeting by the president and CEO of Philip Morris Italia, Marco Hannappel. “We see the formation in three moments,” he explained, answering a question during the event. “Before joining the company, at the time of hiring and when a worker becomes senior. The second moments are easier – he added – in which there is an internal circuit that is fairly tested in all companies. We want to go first, create, and we did it jointly with the Emilia Romagna Region, an open system that communicates and manages in advance together with large training centers “. Centers such as, he continued, “the University of Bologna Alma Mater, the Polytechnic of Bari. Probably the other Italian polytechnics will also join this opportunity to train. Then – Hannappel added – also the scientific technical institutes that we have forgotten in the past. So – he reiterated – train the skills that will then be used to enter the company “.
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