– “For many years, we have given young people a chance to try work life for a few weeks in the summer in Scanreco Next Generation,” explains Ann Lapidus, VP HR at Scanreco.
– “It is not easy to get a job during summer breaks and we find it very meaningful and a good way of contributing to our society. I think it is important to get an idea in the early years of what working life means. We offer adolescents between 16 and 19 years of age a summer job and this summer Scanreco will host 10 young adults,” Ann tells us.
– They do what they can do to contribute and also to learn, including simpler tasks constantly monitored by a sponsor often in the warehouse or production. They get a contracted salary and an opportunity to learn something everyone does not get a chance to do,” ends Ann Lapidus.