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Post published on 20/11/2019

‘’IMA-Mainstream interventions in the Company’’, the project celebrates 7 years.

Resumes in 2019 the course ‘’IMA-Mainstream interventions in the Company’’, educational path that has been active since 2013 with the goal of giving visibility to equal opportunities and the development of female professionalism within the Group.

Over the years, other important parallel projects arose in the classrooms activities of IMA Mainstreaming. These projects include the Council for Equality, the distribution of a Vademecum providing the course contents to the whole company population, the update of the Code of Ethics, the evolution towards equality in terms of selection and reintegration processes upon returning from maternity leave, until the recent Breaking the Ceiling Glass, which saw the promotion and growth of 20 women in important visibility roles.

The educational path has involved all the female employees of the Group, who were able to deal with project working activities and, in some cases with individual coaching, about issues such as equal opportunity legislation, gender culture in the organizations, homework conciliation, emotions management techniques as well as the leadership.

In this edition of the course, approximately 200 employees will be trained following the closure of the past trainings in order to offer them the exact same tools and approaches shared with the other colleagues of the Group.

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