industrial workers without apprenticeship, Nihat Genc, 2004 was pushed to the Fraisa SA. The then 28-year-old Turk who worked in Three-shift operation of the tool manufacturer in Bellach SO. Now Genc operated in the production hall, highly automated grinding systems by pressure of the finger on the Display – then they run around the clock. The Deputy Department Manager of a production unit of nine employees today. "I look back to the last years, seems to me that when I would accelerate from zero to one hundred", says Genc.
How has the man with the necessary qualifications attached? "Fraisa offered me the opportunity to do while working a catch-up education, and the apprenticeship of catching up to do," says Genc. "For me, the starting shot was." In fact, when The Federal certificate of competence opened the door for him and for all later developments, which would not have been without such a completion is possible.
And without this training would have the operation Genc is a difficult state in today's industry, where the digital and technological change has the production process changed. The shift work at Fraisa to the times of the old analog machines is a thing of the past. In their place came what is referred to Josef mouse HART, owner and CEO of Fraisa, as a "man - free night and weekend operation". With highly automated and complex systems that are programmed by professionals and supported.
increased responsibility for employees
According to changed requirements and qualification profile of the employees. It is their responsibility – such as the Autonomous loop, the set independently running machines that manufacture your metal parts with the highest precision and the required number of pieces. This was wrong and produced a machine for the weekend, the Committee of goods, would be the damage to 30'000 to 40'000 Swiss francs. "Such a responsibility can I provide only to qualified Employees," says mouse hard. "For angel harvest, the associated psychological burden is simply too great."
The Fraisa-in-chief is a staunch supporter of the catch-up education. "My goal is, if possible, all of my unskilled employees to enable a subsequent completion of the apprenticeship," he says. Eight years ago, the company employed in Bellach about 40 Unskilled – a good half of which has since obtained the certificate of Capacity, be it as a production mechanic, equipment operator, or logistics company. Your prospects on a longer-term employment in the profit-oriented tool builders are good.
Fraisa CEO Josef mouse hard in the production hall, equipped with automated systems. Photo: Rolf Neeser
stock of the workforce in Bellach, in 1990, to a good three-quarters of unskilled labour, this today is still one-tenth. Also, Fraisa sets no Unskilled more. The proportion of employees with vocational training and a specialist has increased in the same period, from 20 to 65 percent.
What is the accelerated move towards automated and Autonomous production? "Thanks to these new technologies, and a highly automated operation, we were able to halve the production costs in Switzerland over the last five years to 40 francs per hour," explains mouse hard. At this level, the Fraisa-in-chief, "to expect investment in the Swiss production site". The main reason for the drastic reduction in costs: With the Transition from Three-shift operation to unmanned operation around the clock, the number of productive hours per week increased from 105 to 145.
80 percent – 100 percent of salary
mouse looks hard, however, a duty to his employees not to take often 20 years or more – on the journey to industry 4.0 with networked systems and self-controlled processes. Therefore, its commitment to the catch-up education, the Fraisa with around 40'000 francs per head and can also cost a lot.
Because who wants to catch up in this way, the completion of the apprenticeship, the working hours in the required two years on 80 percent of the reduced and the full wage. Also, the company pays for the travel costs to the school and the local Board. That is not enough: For Employees, threaten to fail due to linguistic deficits in the school to be organised language courses; they are also considered as working time.
On the offer, the four employees Marija Gjokaj, Melanie Bonaccorsi, Filomena Gianforte and Barbara summer got in. Label, packaging and labelling of manufactured tools before these are delivered to the customers. These days will now be supplied but a machine according to Bellach, the done these activities autonomously for eight hours to normal working hours plus four hours of in addition. The investment amounts to 1.5 million Swiss francs. This saved about three Digits, and so mouse appreciates hard that he will pay off the machine in four to five years.
"Because I have had really panic"
thanks to the completion of the catch-up education can keep the four women in their place at Fraisa: you will be in the future to operate the new machine alternately. In addition, they have been in a higher wage class to be Learned by Unskilled workers – classified. The counterfeit doctrine as a system leader is an enormous challenge that will take you through some of the Deep was caught, however. "We would not have motivated each other over and over and built up, we would have made it hardly," they say.
The part of tens of years the women had attended no training, then you had to press Saturday for Saturday school, were "flooded with fuel, which was given us in a tremendous pace". One of them confesses: "There were times when I had really panic." In addition, the families organize during the two-year teaching time and consideration had to take, that the women came in the evening, especially on Saturday, home dead tired. If mothers wanted to how you complete a catch-up education successfully, as you emphasize, "then this is only possible as a joint family project".
Today, the women feel Pride to have "it again and also in this age, New things learned, done". Your semi-skilled colleagues at Fraisa recommend them without Hesitation, the ability to witness possible, and the "two-bite".
the employer is To be obliged in Switzerland, their employees, allow for a catch-up education? After all, there are, according to the mouse hard in this country, around 500’000 Employees without professional teaching. The Fraisa-chief is dismissive: "Of a compulsion, I don't believe in. But those companies that can afford to should offer in their own interest to catch-up formations." He has his own operation in front of the eyes. He fought ten years ago to Survive, he become so comfortable profits that annually approximately 1.7 percent of turnover is invested in training the workforce.
Created: 26.11.2019, 20:16 Uhr