Technicolor Connected Home, known as Vantiva, is part of the movement linking women to opportunities at virtual job fair and professional development courses on Mulheres Positivas (Positive Women) platform.
Last year Technicolor Connected Home, known as Vantiva, joined TIM Brasil’s Positive Women project aimed at the employability of women. This year, in celebration of International Women’s Day, Technicolor is participating in a virtual job fair as TIM brings together the companies participating in the project for a week of professional and personal development through courses, workshops and employment opportunities.
The program for “Employability Week” – which runs March 7-11 – was developed with the participating companies who are committed to expanding the role of Brazilian women in the job market. Technicolor Connected Home joins a prestigious list of more than 50 participating companies, including amongst others Accenture, Adidas, CMI, Dell Technologies, HP Brazil, Microsoft, Nokia, and Oracle.
“We are proud of the mobilization we have initiated so that more and more women have opportunities in the job market and in their personal daily lives,” said Maria Antonietta Russo, VP of Human Resources at TIM, who points out that the unemployment rate among Brazilian women is 13.9% – compared to 9% for men.
“The pandemic has accentuated social and gender inequalities,” continued Russo. “We want to contribute to transforming this reality, going beyond the supply of jobs. All the companies that are with us in the Positive Women project understand the urgency of also promoting training actions, which contribute to personal and career development.”