Manufacturing companies are also striving to find sustainable solutions and reduce their environmental impact. One central approach is climate-neutral production.
Pre-, on- and offboarding approaches in training strengthen company loyalty and can help to reduce the number of trainees dropping out.
At the 22nd Financing Day of the mechanical and plant engineering industry in NRW, the focus was on the opportunities and challenges of the so-called twin transition.
Against the backdrop of the shortage of skilled workers in purchasing, strategies were discussed on how management and motivation can create a framework to keep talented employees in the company.
The event provided information on current tax issues and provided valuable information on key corporate tax topics as well as current tax projects of the German government.
For leadership communication to be successful, the core competencies of listening, questioning and feedback should be taken into account – these were central components of the virtual workshop.
The event focused on the impact of the new law on the immigration of skilled workers and current labor law on business practice in the mechanical and plant engineering sector.
The EU’s planned blanket ban on around 10,000 PFAS substances would have a negative impact throughout the mechanical and plant engineering sector. The substances must be viewed in a differentiated manner.
Corporate environmental protection encompasses a variety of different aspects – participants helped determine the focus of the event.
To meet the demand for highly qualified specialists at an early stage, some companies in the mechanical and plant engineering sector are cooperating with universities – the possibilities are diverse.