Prysmian Group’s global induction across two weeks ended on June 28th, when the company welcomed about 50 people from different countries across the globe in our HQ in Milan. The Group strongly believes that diversity is a key asset to be the best in class and remain competitive in an evolving global market.
“I applied to the Make IT Program because Prysmian Group is a diverse Company with a very structured training program and development path,” said Juliana Camara, who was hired as a materials manager in the Saint-Jerome plant in Quebec. “I expect to grow personally and professionally by interacting with different cultures,” she added.
During the first week of the Global Induction, our new colleagues attended presentations from our top managers to get more familiar with our Company, our technology and our products.
For the second week, the Global induction has seen the participants joining the training from the SDA Bocconi School of Management, just one of the several top universities that Prysmian works with.
“We’ve spent a few days at Bocconi University, one of the main Prysmian Group Academy Partners. It has been a very insightful experience, from lectures to practical activities,” said Andrey Khrabrin, Sales Manager from Moscow.
The Global Induction is a great chance for our new colleagues for networking, start building partnerships and sharing knowledge that will be definitely useful for their future roles. Being a leader in Prysmian Group means learning and nurturing your relationships to inspire others to succeed together.
The new colleagues came from Chile, Singapore, the US, Europe, and elsewhere. Later this year they will spend time in Turkey for more onsite training.