Thursday, 21 de September, 2017
Monday, 18 de September, 2017
Wednesday, 13 de September, 2017
Wednesday 20th September 2017 – On 3rd October, the seventh edition of EAE Business School’s (www.eae.es) Online Employment Forum gets under way, the first 100% virtual event of its kind run by a business school. One of the largest in the sector, the event will be active until 9th October and can be accessed 24 hours a day from anywhere in the world.
The fourth edition of EAE Business School’s Global Executive MBA gets under way on 25th September in Madrid. A total of 35 students will be taking part in the program that includes stages in Asia, America and Europe. The students come from a range of backgrounds, including engineering, Business Administration and Management, marketing and finances, having gained a wealth of professional experience in companies such as Copa Airlines Panamá, Marriott International, Banco del Crédito de Perú, Banco Agrario de Colombia, Hill International, GlaxoSmithKline and Banco de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, among others.
August has not been a good month in terms of jobs. According to statistics published by the Ministry of Employment, the unemployment rate is up and Social Security contributions are down. To be specific, the number of people out of work registering at Spanish job centres rose by 46,400 in August compared to the previous month, reaching a total of 3,382,324 people. Social Security lost 179,485 contributors (0.97%), while the unemployment rate climbed to 19%, significantly higher than the rate in other countries in the European Union (except Greece with a rate of 23.5%).
Wednesday 13th September 2017 – The Vice-Chairwoman EMEA at Microsoft Business Solutions, María Garaña, took part in a colloquium conference this morning organized by EAE Business School and APD within the framework of the program entitled “Spanish Directors around the World: Digital Transformation and New Opportunities”. In the session, she explained that, in view of the continual digitization of companies, “robots will lead to the disappearance of jobs but will create others related to emotional intelligence”.