What is Salvadè’s strategy to ensure a profitable relationship between school and employment?


According to Marco Salvadè, the school system and young people themselves should fully recognize the value of manual work. By correctly tackling the path offered by technical schools, the “knowledge” learned becomes a “know-how” that also turns into “knowing how to be”: you need to value the concreteness of experience as a precious asset on which to build your career development. If schools trained more and better in sectors such as printing, dyeing rather than mechanics and electronics, companies such as Salvadè would be able to find easier skilled workers, and deserving young people would not struggle to find a job suitable to their skills. In this video Marco Salvadè explains what is the company’s strategy to solve such a delicate issue in the best possible way.