Politecnico di Milano has established various strategic programmes to offer support to the staff it employs, monitor and steadily improve working conditions, and boost the working opportunities available to graduates.
RETHINKING POLIMI FOR A POST-COVID WORLD
The Rethinking Polimi for a Post-COVID World project aims to understand the new challenges that the higher education system is facing, as well as how best to address them, focusing on innovative teaching and workspace management, and developing a new plan for smart and remote working.
THE INDIVIDUAL: A PILLAR OF THE STRATEGIC PLAN
Actions designed to cultivate and enhance the value of Politecnico di Milano community:
Survey of work climate and wellbeing
European Charter for Researchers
POP PROGRAMME - Polytechnic Equal Opportunities
Pari Opportunità Politecniche (POP): the strategic programme that aims to guarantee a work and study environment that respects differences. The POP programme is structured around five strategic lines of action: gender identity, culture, nationality and religion, sexual orientation, disability and psychological wellbeing.
Career guidance and development
Politecnico di Milano is committed to providing high-quality placement and career services for its students, with a constant focus on the skills and abilities required by companies.
Politecnico di Milano Alumni Community
This is the project dedicated to the development of a strong community of Politecnico di Milano alumni at all levels (graduates, Master’s graduates, PhDs).
Survey on company and territorial participatory models for health and safety in the workplace
The role of Workers’ Safety Representatives and interactions with prevention actors. Methodologies and tools for a sample survey on the role of Workers’ Safety Representatives at company, territorial and production site level, developed at the Department of Economics, Management and Industrial Engineering.
Scientific Coordinator: Raffaella Cagliano
A social innovation project supported by Yoox Net-a-Porter Group (YNAP), carried out at the Department of Design. The aim was to bridge the skills gap in the British textile industry by training the next generation of artisans and providing education and employment for the local community.
Scientific Coordinator: Valeria Iannilli