The new Pan-European and multicultural dimension is requiring attention at social level, and particularly in the world of work. All key players in the European labour market are called to contribute to this challenge with adequate competences, redefined in order to be effective in the suddenly broad, multidimensional and multicultural context.
In particular, Human Resources professionals are not only required to take the best advantage of all possible digital potentials to improve and speed-up the results of their work. They are now also demanded to be prepared understanding and evaluating multidimensional/multicultural factors. By acquiring such new skills, HR professionals can contribute to obtain a better matching of the characteristics of workers having a multicultural background from one hand with the requirements of the enterprises in the receiving European countries from the other hand.
MMEHR will offer innovative solutions to this need, namely Quality Guidelines for Human Resources multicultural recognition and evaluation 4.0 techniques, in order to foster the teaching/learning in the HR area with an advanced set of multidimensional and multicultural 4.0 skills (Industry 4.0 'smart factories'), as well as with a comprehensive and multidimensional approach, addressed to:
- improve the level of key competences and skills
Creating and validating courses and training modules for students as new professionals of different levels working with/managing Human Resources, in order to allow them to acquire the competence of fully understanding hidden talents and expertise of individuals having a multicultural background. To the scope of reducing over-education, and enhancing and better use the human, social and cultural resources of the workers having a multicultural background.
- with particular regard to their relevance for the labour market
By enhancing their competences of understanding and evaluating multidimensional/multicultural factors, the professionals Human Resources professionals will contribute to a better matching of the productivity of the workers having a multicultural background as well as to the employment improvement of these workers from one hand with the requirements of the enterprises in the receiving European countries from the other hand.
- contribute to a more cohesive society
To guarantee equal opportunities of access to the various areas of society, such as employment, is a necessary pre-condition for the full integration of individuals having a multicultural background, but also for the creation of a harmonious, low-conflict society. The improvement of the competences of the professionals working with individuals having a multicultural background is therefore intended to contribute to a more cohesive society.
- through strengthened cooperation between the world of education and training and the world of work.