1st Generali Global Graduate Program Launches with 20 Young Participants

September 23, 2015

International profile, excellent resume and broad-ranging skills are the qualities of the 20 young adults chosen by Generali for the first “Generali Global Graduate Program,” an international program aimed at employing talented individuals to develop within the group and project towards an international career.

The winners were chosen from over 2550 candidates from 79 countries at the end of a long selection process which in July saw 40 finalists meet CEO Mario Greco and the company’s top managers as part of the final assessment day, Generali said in a statement.

The participants have outstanding academic backgrounds, an excellent grasp of English and at least one other language, are highly motivated, and are open to working internationally, the company said.

The Generali Global Graduate Program, which will begin on September 21 and finish in March 2017, will see the participants involved in working activities with international job rotation in various business sectors in some of the 60 countries in which the group operates across the world, Generali explained.

The program will also include participation in a training course that will lead to the award of a “Generali MIB Master in Insurance Management,” developed in partnership with the MIB School of Management of Trieste. For the duration of the program, the participants will have an employee contract with Assicurazioni Generali head office, and they will subsequently be hired by one of the Generali Group companies across the globe.

“The selected young adults are open-minded, brilliant, inquisitive and keen to grow in a continuously evolving global company and to make their contribution to the [changes ahead],” remarked Monica Possa, head of HR and Organization at Generali Group. “Generali believes in training and investment in people. For this reason we offer them the chance to join a business community that develops talent, to work in a stimulating international environment, and to make [a] difference from a young age.”

Source: Generali Group

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