As part of the project “Dialogue with Employers” a meeting was held on “Management. Finances. Audit »

26.11.2021 | 12:38

On November 25, 2021, within the framework of the project “Dialogue with Employers” a meeting of applicants for higher education and teachers of educational programs “Finance, Customs and Tax Affairs”, “Public Administration and Business Management”, “Public Administration and Administration”, “Personnel Management in public authorities and business structures “,” Accounting, analysis and financial investigations” with stakeholders on “Management. Finances. Audit”. The event was organized by the Department of Career Development and Business Cooperation of the Center for Marketing and Development of LNU. Ivan Franko.

It is worth noting that the Faculty of Finance and Business has good experience in working with employers, in particular, on students’ internships in real conditions of their future professional activities, professional development of teachers in business structures, meetings of faculty and students with potential employers , involvement of practitioners in conducting guest classes.

Andriy Stasyshyn, Dean of the Faculty of Financial and Business Management, actively joined the meeting and supported the proposal to hold a meeting with employers, as communication and cooperation with stakeholders is very important and necessary, especially in the process of updating educational programs and practice-oriented training.

Meeting participants:

  • Yuriy Fedorov is the head of KPMG’s financial sector practice
  • Yaroslav Koval – Head of the Interregional Department of the National Agency of Ukraine for Civil Service in Lviv and Zakarpattia regions
  • Dovhanyk Victoria is a specialist in hiring NBS Lviv (Nestle)
  • Kostitsyna Yevhenia is an E&Y employer brand development specialist
  • Masyuk Marta is a senior recruitment specialist at PwC
  • Lydia Melnyk – Head of the Personnel Department of JSC JSCB Lviv.
  • More than 150 students and teachers joined. It should be noted that the results of such meetings provide a better understanding of current labor market trends, the needs of employers, their requirements for young professionals, and, accordingly, update educational content, update it, make changes in educational programs. This will help prepare graduates who would be in demand in the labor market.