High-growth industries of Poland – including the manufacturing, aviation, food processing, logistics and warehouse market, nursing and long-term care, and retail industries – will create thousands of jobs in the next five years. Many of the available positions in these industries provide dignified employment, yet do not require a university degree or long-term experience. Is this an opportunity for labour inclusion of underserved communities? NESsT believes it is.
On May 9th, Simone will be sharing what he discovered through the due diligence process that led to new investments for Sustainable Fishery Trade. Joining him will be investors with a collective experience of 65 years and over $1 billion in management. Tap into their knowledge, register for the webinar.
Project Pietà is working to bring challenges that people that are incarcerated experience into public consciousness. They are doing so by enabling people living in this cycle of poverty and incarceration to exit the prison system.
NESsT focuses on improving economic autonomy because it improves community autonomy. As much as "Workforce Diversity and Inclusion" is used to solve this problem, it will not. We must pursue Workforce Equity and Justice.
Many of us will end the year pondering on whether there really are solutions to poverty or climate change. The security that comes with reliable employment opportunities allows us to address both of these challenges.
Nearly 1 in 5 young people in Poland are not in employment, education or training. At the same time, employers report difficulty recruiting for the rapidly growing business service and IT outsourcing industry.
AMAZ Foods is a social enterprise that seeks to help these communities create sustainable futures not just for today's families but also for generations to come. The result is a company that operates as a laboratory for innovation.
Meet Victor. Victor is a coppersmith in the Romanian village of Brateiu. There used to be 200 Roma coppersmiths in his village. Now there are only six left. He says he’s proud he can continue to practice the craft of his ancestors and make a living doing so.