Last Thursday, September 14, Swiss Chamber invited its community to the event “Promoting Corporate Wellbeing. The Social Dimension of Sustainability” in collaboration with Europa Donna Italia, an association that protects women’s rights for the prevention and treatment of breast cancer.
The focus on ESG criteria sees an increasingly active role of companies in participating in the well-being of their employees. The projects that Europa Donna Italia carries out with companies aim to raise awareness about prevention and educate about health, helping companies develop their role d as game changers in spreading the culture of prevention.
Swiss Chamber hosts Europa Donna Italia – The contents of the event
After greetings from Swiss Chamber President Fabio Bocchiola, the keynote speech by Claudio Soldà – CSR & Public Affairs Director at Adecco Italia – focused on corporate welfare as a valuable tool of ESG policies.
“Young people have shifted from the search for the fixed job to the search for the right job. At the same time, companies are becoming organizations that operate justly within society.”
This is the context for the work of Europa Donna Italia, which for years has been working with companies that want to affirm their social commitment and create value for their employees.
In the panel discussion moderated by Maria Cristina Origlia – journalist and President of the Meritocracy Forum – Rosanna D’Antona – President of Europa Donna Italia – and Corrado Tinterri – Director Breast Unit at Humanitas Milan – spoke.
In the fight against breast cancer and the dissemination of the culture of prevention, the alliance between science, voluntary associations and businesses is essential to create concrete results that bring benefits to all those involved.