The European Commission rules in favor of two European projects presented by partnerships in which Inmedia participates.
The COVID-19 pandemic is not the main reason to launch the digital transition, but it is a catalyst. About 40% of employment contracts before the pandemic have been converted into forms of remote work (EUROFOND, 2020), a flexible work that draws new paradigms. But this environment requires skills in time management and self-discipline: many companies suffer from alack of experience in this field and feel overwhelmed The new European project WorkingSmart, of which Inmedia is a partner, will create a strategic partnership between companies and education to expand the skills of human resource managers in public and private organizations, small and large companies. The training modules, accessible through a gamified platform, will help create environments conducive to smart work.
COVID has also led to the disappearance of many jobs, affecting women in particular. Another European project, Off the Beaten track, will seek to harness the potential of informal learning, creativity, and sustainable development to promote the empowerment of mature women who are at risk of losing, or have lost, their income as a result of the pandemic. The idea is to equip them with a set of skills and competencies so that they can seek novel approaches to experiential tourism that encourage travel and vacations that support the local economy, encouraging them to discover or rediscover the beauty of what is off the beaten track, and generating fewer emissions.
We are very happy to undertake this adventure with partners from France, Italy, Greece, Slovenia, Slovakia, and Estonia within the Erasmus + program.