AlmavivA do Brasil becomes the largest employer of the Italian Group
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AlmavivA do Brasil has created more than 30,000 jobs since its foundation in Brazil in 2006. With this number of opportunities, it has become the largest employer of the Italian Group in the world – with 40,000 employees, over 8 Countries: Italy, Belgium, Brazil, China, Colombia, USA, Romania and Tunisia.
This number of vacancies, from 2006 to 2018, was provided even in adverse economic times such as this current – according to a recent survey by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) there are 12,6 million unemployed people in the Country, of which 30 % are young. About 55% of the Company’s employees, amounting to 17,400 people, are young people aged between 18 and 25 with full secondary education, but not necessarily with a previous work experience.
Given these selection features, thousands of candidates in this age range have earned their first job and received qualifications through the Company in Brazil.
“AlmavivA seeks to maintain opportunities for young people, regardless of whether they are looking for their first job or have some experience. Because of our business, we seek to develop them so that they have good diction, verbal fluency, good argumentation, proactivity, listening active, discipline, sales skills and commitment, “says Roberto Ribeiro, director of New Business and Marketing.
Contracts are made under the CLT scheme, and applicants are entitled to different benefits, such as: category-compliant base salary, medical and dental care, transportation voucher, meal voucher, life insurance and career plan.
Workshifts range from 6 to 8 hours a day, depending on the job role and tasks. The company also offers training for sales or service positions related to products or services.
Principal employer – In Maceió (AL), the Company maintains a partnership with the City Hall. In the Alagoan capital city, AlmavivA do Brasil is one of the largest active employers, with almost 7,900 employees. Of this total, about 77% are young people at their first employment.
“The partnership has provided an opportunity for Maceio Youth to enter the world of work with a formal contract, besides obtaining a qualification course and career plan, in order to provide social and economic benefits for all involved,” says Roberto Ribeiro.
The expectation is that by the end of the year, AlmavivA do Brasil will also open opportunities for the municipalities of São Paulo and Guarulhos (SP), Juiz de Fora (MG), Belo Horizonte (MG), Aracaju (SE), and Brasilia (DF). To apply, candidates must be at least 18 years old and have completed high school.