Maltco Lotteries has commissioned the services of StreetHR to provide a 10-week Management Development Programme to improve in vital skills needed to keep employees and managers motivated, productive and updated to skills required.

Some of the topics covered were Leadership & Management, Generating a Motivated & Skilled Workforce, Managing Performance, Communication, Time Management, Managing Stress & Confrontation and Leading Change & Innovation.

This venture was done in collaboration with JobsPlus using the Investing in Skills Scheme, and, although COVID-19 restrictions meant space and time were limited, the remaining training has been completed online.

CEO of Maltco Lotteries Vasileios Kasiotakis, said that “as management we are not only responsible to our employees’, our agents’ and their assistants’ good working conditions, but also their continuous updating and upgrading of skills. Training for all is a core element of Maltco Lotteries' philosophy and practice, from the first day of everyone cooperating with the company’’.

The Malta Chamber, in its recently published proposals for the upcoming Budget 2021, identified the importance of employers training, retraining and upskilling staff by calling for the COVID wage supplement to be linked with such activities. The Chamber called on employers to help their staff become ‘future proof’ to rapid economic changes.

Maltco Lotteries will continue investing in training initiatives to enhance the skills of all its workforce, and in particular train all supervisors and team leaders. After the conclusion of the training, the company HR Director, Mr. Franco Blanco said “it was beneficial for us to receive this training as since we all come from different backgrounds, it has aligned our way of thinking and acting . We will continue with further training to all our staff”.

For more information you may email info@maltco.net , visit the company’s website, social media pages or call Maltco’s Helpline on 23883333 which will remain open during the suspension period.

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