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Project Group: “More women in employment”

 

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The members of this working party are businesswomen, representatives from the Skills Alliance in the Winner Region and other institutions and local communities, who will initiate projects on this topic.

Their aim is to approach companies, HR departments, works councils and senior management in order to increase the potential of women working part-time or in mini-jobs, as well as women who are unemployed or on parental leave.

In summer 2014, the working party asked women and HR officers about the obstacles preventing women from returning to work after parental leave.

The most frequently cited obstacles were:

  • Lack of part-time or flexitime jobs
  • No guaranteed continuous childcare, especially in rural areas and “after hours” (17.00 – 18.00 or later)
  • Mental blocks on both sides (companies and women)
  • Lack of information on childcare opportunities and potential jobs

The members of the working party meet regularly to develop measures such as workshops, publicity campaigns or company consulting.

The working party is led by Ute Villing, Organizer of the Women’s Business Forum.

 

Two activities were working party events entitled:

Event “Rethinking work – Chances and limits of flexible working models

Experts discussed mixed teams und flexible shiftmodels
on       Tuesday 29th November, 1:30 p.m. – 5 p.m.
in the Stadthalle Rottweil.

The members of the working party “More women in employment” and the Economic Development Company Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg invited companies of the region to this event.

Here you find information to download:

Presentation Fachkräfteallianz Gewinnerregion & Wirtschaftsförderung SBH (in German)

Presentation Monika Rühl Deutsche Lufthansa (in German)

Press statement 29th November 2016 (German page)

Click here for the programme

 

Workshop: How many women work for you?
How do you recruit and retain skilled female personnel?

This workshop took place on 12 October 2015 in the Alb Schwarzwald Business School, giving the opportunity for local companies to explain how they deal with these questions. HR managers, company directors and works councils from small and medium-sized businesses were the target group.

Click here for the programme

Click here for press statement

 

This project receives financial support from the Baden-Württemberg Department of Economy, Labour and Housing.

Project Group: “More women in employment”

 

250614_AK_Frauen_bearb

The members of this working party are businesswomen, representatives from the Skills Alliance in the Winner Region and other institutions and local communities, who will initiate projects on this topic.

Their aim is to approach companies, HR departments, works councils and senior management in order to increase the potential of women working part-time or in mini-jobs, as well as women who are unemployed or on parental leave.

In summer 2014, the working party asked women and HR officers about the obstacles preventing women from returning to work after parental leave.

The most frequently cited obstacles were:

  • Lack of part-time or flexitime jobs
  • No guaranteed continuous childcare, especially in rural areas and “after hours” (17.00 – 18.00 or later)
  • Mental blocks on both sides (companies and women)
  • Lack of information on childcare opportunities and potential jobs

The members of the working party meet regularly to develop measures such as workshops, publicity campaigns or company consulting.

The working party is led by Ute Villing, Organizer of the Women’s Business Forum.

 

Two activities were working party events entitled:

Event “Rethinking work – Chances and limits of flexible working models

Experts discussed mixed teams und flexible shiftmodels
on       Tuesday 29th November, 1:30 p.m. – 5 p.m.
in the Stadthalle Rottweil.

The members of the working party “More women in employment” and the Economic Development Company Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg invited companies of the region to this event.

Here you find information to download:

Presentation Fachkräfteallianz Gewinnerregion & Wirtschaftsförderung SBH (in German)

Presentation Monika Rühl Deutsche Lufthansa (in German)

Press statement 29th November 2016 (German page)

Click here for the programme

 

Workshop: How many women work for you?
How do you recruit and retain skilled female personnel?

This workshop took place on 12 October 2015 in the Alb Schwarzwald Business School, giving the opportunity for local companies to explain how they deal with these questions. HR managers, company directors and works councils from small and medium-sized businesses were the target group.

Click here for the programme

Click here for press statement

 

This project receives financial support from the Baden-Württemberg Department of Economy, Labour and Housing.