So far, two questions have been dealt separately, and sometimes have even been considered as contradictory:
- consolidating the jobs of younger workers, as well as those of women arriving or coming back on the job market
- keeping senior workers (above 55) at work.
The Lisbon agenda decided that in 2010, 50% of people aged between 55 and 64 should still be at work. In 2006, (according to Eurostat), that rate had reached an average of 43.7% in the EU. As regard this project’s partner states, the rate was as follows: France: 38.1%, Czech Republic: 45.2%, Germany: 48.4%, Italy: 32.5%, Netherlands: 47.7%. The Romeo project plans to deal jointly with both questions. The project considers them as supplementary resources for economic and social development. It plans to integrate and transfer the outcomes of DOSY, ARCHIMEDE and INTERFOC, so as to improve training solutions designed to develop organisational skills of companies’ staff, together with implying senior workers into company mentoring.
- SCIENTER, Italy
- European profiles, Greece
- METER Silesia, Czech Republic
- MKB Innovation, Netherlands
- Noorderpoort college, Netherlands
- Cofindustria Veneto, Italy
- Volkwagen Qualifizierung, Germany
Projektleitung: GIP Auvergne, FR
Beteiligte: Ulrike Mangwa, M.A.
KontaktTel: +49 (0) 9131 85-61100
Fax: +49 (0) 9131 85-61138