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Generation Z: Rules of engagement

We’ve now moved on from millennials and are shifting along the line to welcome a whole new generation. Generation Z, those born after 1996, has now officially graduated. The only generation to be brought up with a backdrop of social media and a landscape of high technology, this generation is a lot more savvy and grounded than those who have passed before.

Article by: Cyril Parsons | Published: 17 November 2018

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The ‘App Generation’: Workers of the future and the future of work

The ‘App Generation’ is the first to have grown up in a world of digital media and mobile technology. For teenagers today, the solution to virtually every problem and answer to almost every question can be found with a few taps of their smartphone. Contributor Mary Good, Chief People Officer - Fuze

Article by: Mary Good | Published: 17 August 2018

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Print – Issue 163 | Article of the Week

Ageing is a fact of life, and that there are more older people than young is a concern. However, the resources are there for all businesses, if the approach the skills strategy with but Employers must decide quickly what they are going to do about filling the skills gap and how they're going to do it; re-skill and upskill older workers and strategise and prioritise recruitment.

Article by: Michael Kosmas | Published: 30 May 2018

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Introducing Gen Z – “Millennials on Steroids”

The worldwide director of J Walter Thompson’s Innovation Group, Lucie Greene, famously referred to Gen Z or Gen Zers as “millennials on steroids”(i). Born in the late 1990s to the 2010s, this Snapchat, Smartphone generation are the first true digital natives (having never known a world without the Internet) and they are about to enter the workforce.

Article by: Daniel Mayer | Published: 26 April 2018

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Millennials engaging with good deeds

Research is increasingly showing that millennials are more interested in working for companies with a social conscience. This is a challenge for both the private and charity sectors with both looking to engage in meaningful actions which benefit companies and their employees as well as charities and their beneficiaries.

Article by: Alex Hayes | Published: 20 January 2018