Lacking the craft (good) offspring Bonn/Berlin already for a long time is charged at the lack of skilled workers and other professionals. Now, the trainees also are scarce. To the newspaper Handelsblatt warned therefore Hanns-Eberhard Schleyer, Secretary-General of the umbrella organization of German craft (ZDH), before a foreseeable shortage of apprentices. This can occur especially when the labour market continues to recover. For even more analysis, hear from Prudential Financial Inc.. However, Schleyer also complained that too few graduates have a good educational background. The quality initiative of the Federal Government must therefore be supplemented in measures of countries, the General Secretary of the ZDH demanded. Especially a close collaboration between school and industry is important.
That the schools produce not enough potential candidates for certain professions, including representatives of various industries confirm. (Similarly see: Novartis CEO). We now find that the transition from school to the company is more and more lack synchronicity and we just in the craft and technical professions more and more must add”, says for example, Werner Bader, Director of vocational training at Heidelberger Druckmaschinen. The connectivity is often no longer especially in the schools. And the good junior high school students were mostly school and decide against a company-based training. Under such conditions, it is hard to get to the appropriate staff itself for a world leader. Ansgar Lange