O-I

Blended Business English Lernprogramm für O-I Europa



Über ein Jahrhundert war O-I Pionier in der Glasindustrie. Heute ist O-I weltweit führender Hersteller von Glasbehältern mit mehr als 24.000 Mitarbeitern in 21 Ländern und einem jährlichen Umsatz von 6,6 Milliarden US Dollar.


  • Weltweit führendes Unternehmen
         für die Herstellung von Glasbehältern
  • Headquarters in Perrysburg, Ohio, USA
  • US$ 6,6 Mrd. (2010)
  • 322 von den Fortune 500 Unternehmen (2010)
  • 24.000+ Mitarbeiter
  • 81 Werke in 21 Ländern
  • 49.000+ Kunden in 86 Ländern
  • 10.000 Produkte
  • Gegründet 1903

 

 



In 2009 goFLUENT launched the English@O-I Program in more than 10 country sites of O-I (Owens-Illinois Inc), and the success of the program has proven to be extremely beneficial for the Fortune 500 Company (2010). We were able to speak with Aline Estevant, Vice President for Human Resources Europe, and Emanuela Zappone, Vice President for Leadership and Organization, at their European headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland. Below are some thoughts and reactions they shared with us:
 

 

"It's kind of a dream come true, after so many years in multinationals, seeing so much money spent on English training not being directed by any target that was a perfect program that really is an investment for our employees, an investment for the company, and at the end of the day, it is really the best possible leverage we can ever get, and it's giving an opportunity for people to grow, and to grow to a global perspective. And from this point of view, the measurement effect, all of this is powerful, as I have said, in my 20 year career, I haven't seen anything SO NICE, so exciting, and so POWERFUL."
Aline Estevant
Vice President for Human Resources - Europe

 


"It is a real global program (English@O-I). As of today we have trained 900 employees, so it's a huge population, and the level of satisfaction of our employees is very high. 99% of our employees say that they are very happy with this program, and from the company perspective, what want is an increase in progression in their language skills, and the overall progression rate is 20%."

Emanuela Zappone
Vice President Leadership and Organization Development