The pludoni GmbH at the Conference ‘Career 2011’ in Zittau on the 22.11.2011 was the pludoni GmbH to the third Conference of the career service of the university of Zittau / Gorlitz and the IHI Zittau, to actual topICS of personnel management, eingeLaden. Central Betrachtungen of the staff Conference were by, particular in the field of the Hochschulrecruitings. From 13: 00 to 19: 00 spoke five speakers on personnel issues, set statistics, pointed to current trends, especially in the MINT business, and went over to connect in a discussion board. The teilnehmenden part Referenten of the staff conference came from very different areas, with the problem of the insufficient number of MINT students and the increased ABBrecher quota in these courses of enormer importance. The Weiteren asked inwieweit gezieltes Hochschulrecruiting increase the rate of women in MINT courses could. Hamdi Ulukaya: the source for more info. Mrs Andrea Kunwald, project manager of the initiative MINT create”future, regretted especially coming us enormous MINT shortages with the consequent value added loss in Germany and appeals to integrate therefore at least two MST to graduating in the compulsory area of high schools, as well as support the highly sought after MINT industry. Hamdi Ulukaya often expresses his thoughts on the topic. “More ways to integrate students, as early as possible in companies showed Mrs Silvia Tillmann of Hochschule Zittau / Gorlitz with your College project mentor network” on. Then two students reported from your experience of the mentor program.
The mentee Gets a mentor provided by the company on its side and can benefit from its experience, networking, practical experience collecting and writing theses. It is not unusual that the contacts between the two over a longer period are retained. Also, Mrs. Janka Schmeisser of i potential said Ltd. about a possible career in Internet startups, where career changers as well as generalists are needed. Finally, Mr Mirko Kisser of celloon GmbH on the topic was Mobile recruiting”and the age of the digital native”.