The Malta Chamber and RSM Malta have renewed their Gold Collaboration Agreement for a second term, with a view to collaborate in the establishment of policies on the workforce, talent management, and industrial relations through the horizontal thematic committee dedicated to Talent and Human Resources.
By supporting the Human Resources Committee, RSM Malta will be cooperating with The Malta Chamber in providing advice in key areas, including policy-making, supporting the business community and raising awareness around talent management practices.
The Malta Chamber President Perit David Xuereb said that in order for Malta’s economy to effectively increase its competitiveness internationally, it must ensure that its human resource is supported with the best national policies that consider the new and projected realities of talent engagement.
“I am pleased to sign this renewed agreement with RSM Malta, with whom we have collaborated closely over the last years.”
George Gregory from RSM said “Our belief is that business strategy is brought to life through the people. We lead our Firm with this principle, and it guides our engagements with clients. This focus will continue strengthening the renewed efforts of The Malta Chamber and its important supportive role to the Maltese business community.”
The Human Resources Committee shall work on the progress of Malta’s competitiveness needs by supporting and designing frameworks within areas of policy, co-facilitate focus groups with stakeholders and co-ordinating input through other interested bodies.
The Gold Collaboration Alliance Agreement was signed by Perit David Xuereb and Marisa Xuereb as President and Deputy President of The Malta Chamber, respectively, and George Gregory, Managing Partner Designate at RSM Malta.
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