Recruiting young talents at Mondelēz International in the UK
Mondelēz International in the UK offers a range of early careers opportunities including school leaver, apprenticeship, RD&Q traineeship and graduate programmes within manufacturing, engineering, research & development, commercial and corporate functions across our sites
Taste Success: A Future in Food in the UK
Food and Drink Federation Careers Campaign: Taste Success A Future in Food
‘Taste Success – A Future in Food’ is an industry-led award winning campaign to attract new talent to UK food and drink manufacturing. The campaign engages with young people via various channels to bust the myths about food and drink manufacturing and raise awareness of the good career prospects in the sector has to offer. The campaign also engages with a number of stakeholder groups including teachers, parents and careers advisors to make them aware of the opportunities in our sector.
Recruitment initiatives to attract young people at Mars Polska
Mars is a “learner-centred” organisation laying stress on developing skills and leadership qualities.
Nestlé Youth Employment Initiative
• Given the high youth unemployment in Europe, Nestlé is actively engaged in bringing in young people into work across borders.
• In Germany, young people will benefit from over 2,400 offers for direct entry or for vocational qualifications at more than 20 locations.
• Programmes for trainees or apprentices are also offered in several other European countries like Spain or Portugal.
Female Leadership Programme at Coca-Cola AG in Germany
Female Leadership Programme “Achieve your best”: 25 female managers participated in a three-day workshop in 2013 that provided them with tools to be their best. Participants were asked to consider their personal leadership experience, and to identify their goals for the future. Future leaders were asked to identify what was truly important to them, both in the professional and private environment.
Tasting Professions in the food industry in Finland
Project “Tasting Profession” in food industry. Information campaign to the youth about different kinds of professions and work in food industry.
Websites, videos, information of education have been published. Social partners occasionally visit schools and upper-schools with food specialists who explain their job tasks and working conditions.
FEED: Improving the recruitment of young people in the food sector in Norway
The Feed project was a common project of the Norwegian social partners in the food and drink industry from 2011 to 2014.
New apprenticeship programme “Food technician” in Austria
Main driver behind the newly introduced apprenticeship scheme “Food technician” was the Austrian employers’ organisation “Fachverband der Lebensmittelindustrie”, who initiated and developed the programme inclusive of training curricula in close cooperation with the trade union Pro-Ge in 2008. The apprenticeship for the food technician takes 3 ½ years.