The Malta Chamber and RSM Malta have renewed their Gold Collaboration Agreement for a third term with the aim of supporting the Human Resources Committee. Both parties will collaborate in the establishment of policies related to talent, labour costs, productivity, industrial relations, work practices and the labour market.
“Human resources play a vital role in boosting a country’s economic development which in turn effectively increases its competitiveness in international markets. With this in mind, I am very pleased to be signing this renewed agreement with RSM Malta, with whom we have collaborated closely over the last years,” said Marisa Xuereb, The Malta Chamber President.
Throughout the years, The Malta Chamber and RSM Malta have worked closely together in supporting the local business community and raising awareness around workforce and talent management. In August of last year, both parties launched ‘The National Workforce Strategy’, which aimed at outlining recommendations to nurture, attract, retain and upskill talent so as to boost productivity and increase the added value provided by the workforce.
“It is a privilege to have renewed this agreement with the Malta Chamber for yet another year. This partnership allows us to contribute in a direct way to the planning of Malta’s future policies relating to the greatest asset our economy has, human capital. We look forward to working closely with the Chamber throughout this coming year,” said George Gregory, Managing Partner at RSM Malta.
The Gold Collaboration Alliance Agreement was signed by Ms Marisa Xuereb and Mr Christopher Vassallo Cesareo as President and Deputy President of The Malta Chamber, respectively, and Mr George Gregory, Managing Partner at RSM Malta.