Under the title "HR Transformation", Frankfurt Forward discussed the central question of what effects corona has on the current and future world of work and what established companies can learn from start-ups in terms of new work.
The evening also focused on the question of how recruiting and hr management are changing as a result of digital approaches, new working models and methods and shifting values - and how the players in the FrankfurtRhineMain ecosystem are dealing with this. Moderated by Manfred Köhler (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung), Corinna Haas (Managing Director, inga GmbH), Stephanie Krömer (CEO of the Frankfurt/Main Employment Agency), Michael Müller (Member of the Executive Board and Director of Labor Relations, Fraport AG) and Daniel Wahlen (Senior Manager Employer Insights at Indeed) gave a keynote on "Transforming Recruiting through Data & Innovation", providing insights into the different working days and daring to make prognoses for the (digital) future.
Oliver Schwebel, Managing Director of the Wirtschaftsförderung Frankfurt GmbH, commented: "Both industry and start-ups are increasingly relying on digital approaches in the search for and acquisition of talent. We are particularly pleased to see that many of the innovative solutions are being created directly in Frankfurt".
Frankfurt Forward ist der Matchmaker für Startups, Unternehmen und Investoren in FrankfurtRheinMain.
Frankfurt Forward bringt unter dem Dach der Wirtschaftsförderung Frankfurt Startups und etablierte Unternehmen zusammen. Unter dem Motto „Matching am Main“ verbindet das Projekt bisher getrennte Welten und fördert die Weiterentwicklung von Innovation und Digitalisierung am Standort Frankfurt am Main.
Frankfurt Forward is the matchmaker for startups, companies and investors in Frankfurt amMain.
As a project of the Frankfurt Economic Development – GmbH, Frankfurt Forward brings together young startups and established companies. Under the slogan “Matching @ Main” ,the project connects two separated worlds and fosters innovation and digitalization in Frankfurt.