Malta Chamber of SMEs and EWA starting a new pilot project to assist outlets in efficient use of energy and water
26 July 2021
The Malta Chamber of SMEs will assist a number of retail outlets in the food...
As part of the European SME Week and of the Youth@Work initiative aiming at linking young people and business, the European Commission organised a round table on youth employment last week in Brussels.
Speaking at the event, Social Affairs Policy Director Liliane Volozinskis stressed that SMEs have a keen interest in hiring young people, as they more than ever "race for talents" and face a mismatch between supply and demand of skills.
Lack of competences is a real obstacle in this respect, alongside rigid labour markets and a macroeconomic environment not conducive to job creation.
Although SMEs may not be sought after like multinationals, working for them offers many insufficiently recognised advantages, such as more autonomy, more responsibilities, higher satisfaction at work and better personal development, said Ms Volozinskis, who also highlighted the high level of SME investments in work-based.
The Malta Chamber of SMEs represents over 7,000 members from over 90 different sectors which in their majority are either small or medium sized companies, and such issues like the one we're experiencing right now, it's important to be united. Malta Chamber of SMEs offers a number of different services tailored to its members' individual requirements' and necessities. These range from general services offered to all members to more individual & bespoke services catered for specific requirements.
A membership with Malta Chamber of SMEs will guarantee that you are constantly updated and informed with different opportunities which will directly benefit your business and help you grow. It also entails you to a number of services which in their majority are free of charge and offered exclusively to its members (in their majority all free of charge).