SAP, PYXERA Global, and The Non-Profit Incubator to present at 2015 B4B Summit in China
SHANGHAI, China, July 13, 2015 /3BL Media/ - SAP and PYXERA Global are changing the nature of cross sector partnerships in China. At the Business4Better China Summit on July 16 in Shanghai, PYXERA Global, SAP, and the Non-Profit Incubator will present insights into corporate-nonprofit partnerships and the ins and outs of cross-sector collaboration.
The African market is hot and SAP's expanding across the continent. We spoke with four young rising stars based in Morocco who are growing SAP's presence in French-speaking Africa. Hear what they had to say about life at SAP and the opportunity for Africa! Africa has the youngest employee workforce worldwide, so success depends on its millennial professionals.
Many young professionals in Africa are unemployed because of a mismatch between skills supply and demand. SAP is doing something about it. In May 2015, SAP expanded its Skills for Africa program to Morocco, where the company will find paid positions for all graduates with partners. Learn more about the program and how young people expect it to impact their lives.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 18, 2015 /3BL Media/ - As a proud supporter of equal rights and a diverse and inclusive workplace, SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) is excited to announce that, for the first time, it will participate in the 45th Annual San Francisco Pride celebrations taking place June 27-28.
BERKELEY -- Skyline High School students in Oakland will have the chance to earn an associate of arts degree at Berkeley City College before they graduate high school under a new program starting in the fall, school officials announced Tuesday.
Can a capitalist society, emerging from a legacy of exploitation of both planet and workers, give rise to companies that value the unique gifts that each employee brings to the table, rather than molding them into cogs in a giant machine as they once did? These two workforce management approaches just might be the difference between a sustainable society and a failed one.
SAP has expanded its flagship youth innovation program, the Young ICT Explorers (YICTE) competition, across six states and territories to meet the increasing appetite for technology innovation among young Australian students.