Major companies join forces to promote women’s careers in Brazil

The announcement of the new project was made on Tuesday, July 6, in a broadcast on TIM's YouTube channel.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Ten major companies have joined forces in a new project to accelerate women's career development and access to the labor market in Brazil. Accenture, Adidas, Enel, Generali, Microsoft, Oracle, Pirelli, Stellantis, TIM, and Via are jointly involved in the initiative.

Through the Positive Women app, developed by entrepreneur Fabiana Saad, job openings are posted by partner companies at different hierarchical levels. In addition to job listings, the app will also offer free courses and content on careers.

Another project activity is a "cross-company" mentoring program. It lasts six to eight months and focuses on . . .

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