Human Cooperation marks a new corporate culture policy, sensitive to people’s needs, and aiming to enhance talents and skills
The core of the new corporate culture is communication and cooperation between genders and generations, which leads to a better awareness of individual and collective professionalism. This creates a spontaneous open-mindedness towards cooperation and a corporate environment that promotes employee well-being, also including the experiences of the third sector.
The discussion was led by Father Giacomo Costa sj, Director of Aggiornamenti Sociali. Alessandro Rosina, Professor of Demography, Faculty of Economics, Università Cattolica of Milan, focused on the value of women and young people as actors of economic growth and social wealth starting from the Millennials. Stefanie Clemen, Professor at the University of Applied Science of Cologne, talked about the condition of women within German companies, focusing on the importance of an optimal management of Diversity and the welfare services offered to employees, especially from medium-sized businesses in partnership with the third sector. Edoardo Patriarca, Italian MP, member of the Committee on Social Affairs, spoke about the need for cooperation between businesses and the third sector, with the help of good politics, to strengthen the whole Country, demanding for an alliance between “people of good will”. He also reported about the efforts of the Government to stimulate stronger cooperation between companies and the third sector, highlighting that the labour reform, recently approved by the Parliament,also tries to support this cooperation. Anna Zattoni, General Manager Valore D, concluded the discussion launching the Call to Action for Human Cooperation and emphasizing the need for a new leadership model, intergenerational dialogue and an opening to the third sector.