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Stimate colleague,

You are receiving this newsletter as a valued stakeholder within the NeMESI project beneficiaries.

NeMESI Project team hopes you can appreciate our efforts in helping SMEs in the fields of ICT and Green Economy finding useful solutions for skill gaps management in vision of the growth of both economic sectors.

 

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Project presentation

Managing talent is rated top priority for business but SME, in particular small enterprises, don’t have HR departments or the experience and expertise to manage the process of recruiting and HR development or develop partnership to manage their gap.

NeMESI project is conceived to promote…

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Partnership introduction

The NeMESI project partnership is composed by four organizations highly experienced in the realization of transnational projects as well as carrying a strong expertise in the topics covered by the project.

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 Desk researches summaries

Within the first work package of the NeMESI project activities, activities have been performed to map the current processes and structures for skills needs identification and skills matching in the partners’ countries, including the elements topics, actors, and decision making.

For this purpose…

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The main project product is an eGuide, that has been conceived to help SMEs better identify skill needs and realize a profitable skills matching, by exploiting information, good practices and recommendations.

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