Varvel adheres to the “Bologna, spotlight on the community” project providing a testimonial at an orientation meeting with unemployed school leavers and graduates seeking work in Bologna.
Everyone has the right to play an active role in the community they live in. However, many people who are perfectly able to work haven’t had the chance to do so because of the recent employment situation. “Bologna, spotlight on the community” is an initiative which supports Italian and foreign citizens who want to get back into the job market. So, Varvel SpA, a Bolognese company specialized in power transmission and a symbol of made in Italy entrepreneurial excellence, wishes to make its own contribution to give new impetus to local employment.
The project, conceived by Unindustria Bologna, Legacoop Bologna, Confartigianato Assimprese Bologna Metropolitana and trade union associations, in collaboration with job centres and numerous local businesses, offers the assistance of numerous recruitment experts to jobseekers looking for new opportunities. They help in preparing CVs and a map of the most frequently required skills during a number of meetings organized with the active participation of companies.
Varvel is a socially responsible company which is aware of how hard it is to get oriented in the world of work, both for those starting their professional career and for those who have to start again. In addition to joining this initiative, Varvel has taken part in other similar projects, designed precisely to support those people looking for work, with the aim of introducing and reintroducing as many resources as possible in the world of work.
“We decided to take into consideration the interests of the people and the community we live in when we defined our strategy – affirm Francesco Berselli and Mauro Cominoli, President and Managing Director of Varvel SpA – and, in the light of this, we are committed in a concrete way towards those looking for employment in initiatives such as “Bologna, spotlight on the community”. We are convinced of the importance of orientation for people wishing to build a career path and that an exchange with companies is a valuable opportunity to learn and to ask questions to those best able to provide correct and effective answers”.