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WHY SLOVAKIA

7.7.2021 -

10 reasons why consider SLOVAKIA as your investment destination

Welcome new members

1.7.2021 -

Our membership base is expanding again. Welcome new members: SMART CAD, AYMING Slovensko, EDGAR BAKER

Global Talent Shortage

24.6.2021 -

The results of Talent Shortage 2021 survey. The survey aims to find out which jobs are the most difficult for employers to fill and which hard / soft skills are most important for companies.

ISA anniversary

23.6.2021 -

ISA celebrates its first 10 years! In June we commemorate a significant milestone!

 

 

 

 

 

Trends and challenges in HR

17.6.2021 -

we invite you to the workshop logistics, transport, forwarding - trends and challenges of HR in post covid time

HR Roadshow

ISA Association in cooperation with Košice Self-governing Region, SARIO agency and Trenkwalder organizes a roadshow with the topic focused on quality vocational education on the topic “Flexible, specialized and educated workforce in the region – systemic measures between schools, employers and employees.“

First event will took the place on the 16th of October 2013 in the vocational school Ostrovského 1 in Košice.

 

 

 

Next event took the place on the 21st November 2013 in Žilina. The first panel was dedicated to development of dual vocational education from the perspective of inter alia Žilina self-governing region (presented by Mrs. Dana Mažgútová), National Lifelong Learning Institute (Mrs. Zuzana Štrbíková) and Institute for Information and Prognosis of Education (Mr. Andrej Bederka). The representatives of private sector from the companies Kia Motors Slovakia and Tatravagónka a.s. Poprad presented their successful cooperation with vocational high schools in the second panel. The audience could also listen to opinions of Mr. Brezovsky from Central Office of Labour, Social Affairs and Family and of selected vocational high schools from Žilina and Trenčín self-governing regions.

From the group of organizers, floor was given to Trenkwalder represented by Mr. Beck and Mrs. Sasinková from SARIO. Mr. Beck pointed in his speech at the importance of further development of dual vocational education in Slovakia from the viewpoint of renowned HR agency. He also gave an overview of the requirements employers have concerning knowledge and skills of their employees. Mrs. Sasinková presented to audience her agenda and competencies within SARIO that can be helpful in connecting the theoretical and practical part of the education of students and employees in companies.

 

 

The last meeting took a place on 12th of February 2014 on the Fajnorovo nábrežie 5 in Bratislava in cooperation with SOPK, SARIO and Slovak - Austrian Chamber of Commerce.