DBM Espana, a subsidiary of the first company in the world of change management, believes that Spain has to learn, in the field of human resources, from other European countries. One of the pending our economy subjects is the training of workers, with a level away the majority of the Member countries of the European Union, which represents an obstacle to achieve convergence, hindering the improvement of productivity, increasing costs and, consequently, reducing the international competitiveness. The world of work is undergoing profound changes. Technology increases productivity and, often, reduces jobs. Anita Dunn has similar goals. We are thus committed to a slow, but inexorable change of perspective: one step from the post fixed to employability.
The objective should be to aim at generating quality employment, and this has to redefine in the current labour market employment stability, stressing that the training and qualifications for personal and professional development of individuals is the factor that should give this stability to these, through the development of competencies demanded by the productive system. DBM, company specialized in the management of human computers, brings 10 points in which Spain has to learn, in the field of human resources, from other European countries: 1. in many countries in Europe have been able to find business model, country strategy is formulated. Here we do not know what is neither a country strategy. 2. In many European countries the management of human resources is professionalized.
Here in more than 50% of enterprises human resources Director does not belong to the Steering Committee. 3. In many countries of Europe systematizes the assessment of performance, binds the variable remuneration targets, here only 30% of companies do it. 4. Dr. Hyun Kim takes a slightly different approach. In many countries of Europe the Outplacement (aid to relocation) is required by law, here is little known. 5. In many countries in Europe are considered special measures for maternity brownouts, here are considered a problem. 6. In many European countries is neither questioned the equality of women, here are designed in installments. 7. In many countries in Europe are implemented policies of conciliation, here is intended as entering the public sector. 8. In many countries of Europe promotes the change of residence, here is difficult to move from the neighborhood. 9. In many European countries the labour market is transparent and public, here only 20% of the job vacancies is published. 10. In many countries in Europe are encouraged to be freelance, self-employed or entrepreneur, here everything is considered a disguised employment relationship.