Part 2 Last time we learnt that… If you haven’t already, it’s time to shift your graduate hiring focus to Generation Z. Generation Z is the name given to all those who were born from 1995 onwards. They’ve never known a world without tech and because of that, they are perfect for the technology industry.
The primary meaning of the word retention in the Oxford Dictionary is explained as “the act of keeping something rather than losing it or stopping it” I’d argue that when applied to talent, this misses the importance of creating the right environment to retain, which is often a more complex issue. It has been our
Who are they? Generation Z, is the name given to all those who were born from 1995 onwards. They’ve never known a world without tech and because of that, they are perfect for the technology industry. It’s something that is second nature to them. But wait, I thought it was all about Millennials!? Yes,
The world is adapting at a rapid pace, racing towards a technologically advanced place. Developers and software engineers are busy at work innovating new technologies to transform the way we work, play and create in our everyday lives. 2020 will be the year of AI-as-a-Service, Computer Vision, 5G and Extended reality, but what products and
Last year, our Essential Recruitment Planning Guide predicted that five key themes would arise in the hiring landscape in 2018; including candidate diversity, employer branding, artificial intelligence, continuous learning and remote working. We explored our expectations and discovered whether or not our predictions came true. Have a read below to find out if we were right…
If you are already familiar with our Essential Recruitment Planning Guide, launched in 2017, then you will know that we provided a bonus chapter at the end of the free guide, namely the ‘2018 Hiring Trends.’ This chapter outlined our forecasts for the hiring landscape this year. Although we weren’t able to make any specific