Jüri Klaassen- What happens if the electricity disappears? – presentation at 10.30
Problems with the electricity shows up when it is gone for any reasons. How to deal with it and what is going on behind the connector? How can Elektrilevi solve the crises? What kind of crises may occure with distribution network and how to solve these? What kind of dangers may come with great power cut?
The goal: What can the participants do to keep the losses as low as possible.
Mihkel Miidla, attorney at law at Sorainen Law Office – How does the GDPR affect the field of logistics? – Presentation at 11:00
GDPR (The EU General Data Protection Regulation) is a regulation on personal data which enters into force in May, which could lead to a fine of around € 20 million. As the personal information is moving along the supply chain with every aspect, it is therefore a delicate information that needs to be protected.
Attorney at law Mihkel Miidla, specializing in infotechnology and data protection introduces participants the possible liability in GDPR supply chain.
Elina Roosi – DHL Freight Communications and Quality Manager – Presentation at 15:20
Employee training in a global logistics company on the example of DHL.
In 2016 DHL Freight launched a global training program called Certified Freight Specialist. Its main goal is to increase the staff’s competence, engagement and satisfaction in order to provide the best service quality. Another parallel objective is to introduce a unified management style, or inclusive management approach. People join companies but leave managers. In the presentation, you will hear how these two goals are interconnected, on what basis such training is done and where we lie today.
- DHL Freight Worker of the Year 2017
- ESAL Nominee for Intern Teacher 2017
- Estonian leading educator within the framework of the Certified Freight Specialist programme; going to train 120 DHL Freight top managers in Germany in February.
XYZ generation and Russian language – Presentation at 16:00
A new generation of young people does not speak Russian at the same level as English. However, Russian speaking employees are constantly needed in the labor market. Is it due to foreign partners, domestic customers or a Russian-speaking colleague, which is why Russian is required for young people? For the interview, opinions and perspectives have been gathered from both students and entrepreneurs.
Employers have been questioned, why the Russian language is placed in the job announcement as one of the important requirements. Students have been asked why the knowledge of Russian is much lower than English. What are the solutions proposed by both parties to this situation?