Who is Generation Z? Generation Z, Gen Z, Post Millennials, iGeneration or iGen; call them what you like, but if you are going to be employing them, you need to know more about them. Although there is no exact demographic for this new wave of employees, Generation Z is thought to have been born between the mid-1990s and 2010, and
We’ve all been to an interview where you have been asked those cliché questions that have us rolling our eyes and wondering what exactly the right answer is. But have you ever stopped to question why recruiters are asking these questions and what information it is about us they are trying to find out? Well, let us put your mind
AI (Artificial Intelligence) is testing you as soon as you submit your CV Have you ever been to an interview where you been asked to perform a test; either selection or practical? Testing at interviews is becoming more common especially in fields where there are many candidates to choose from. For some recruiters and companies, the ‘test’ process has started
Perceptions of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM subjects) have been changing over last decade, and everyone accepts that the impact of technology will continue to transform the world for generations to come. No longer are the scientists, mathematicians and engineers pigeon-holed as geeks. In fact, even geeks aren’t pigeon-holed as geeks, and often lead the field in popular culture.
I heard that saying in the title many years ago in the context of education. At the time, it was referring to how children will learn so much easier than an adult because they have yet to form fixed opinions about the world. They were more the changeable clay that could be anything they wanted than the pot which is