Pay gap gender diversity

After looking at the topic of age diversity last week, this week we look at what is probably the most commonly discussed type of diversity, gender diversity. In many companies, one gender dominates, leading to a gender imbalance. In keeping with International Women’s Day, which takes place on March 08, we take a look at […]

From Senegal to IT. Inspiring people

Recruiting is about people. Each person brings their own story, motives and motivations. To bring employees and employers together, it often pays to take a closer look at these stories.  Today, we’re telling John’s story. He grew up in Senegal and very soon became interested in computer science and graduated from a computer science school. […]

Ageism

Over the next few weeks, we will be focusing on the topic of diversity on our channels. But what does that actually mean? Diversity comes from Latin and means variety and diversity. The term Diversity focuses on the similarities and differences between us humans. The focus lies on historically evolved societal differentiations that have created […]

Intern in interview Inspiring people

Lots of inspiring people work at Hibernian Recruitment. We will introduce them to you! We will start with Mary. She is an intern at Hibernian. We asked her about her path through life and how she got here. Germany is a very popular destination for many foreign workers searching for employment and adventure. Many dream […]
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6 billion euro project. EU wants own satellite internet

As recently as December 2020, the EU Commission launched a study to show whether the EU would be able to set up its own satellite Internet. This study will cost the EU 7.1 million euros. When it comes to stable Internet expansion, the European Union has often been criticized. This is now set to change.  The […]

The possibilities of AI and Deep Learning. When an algorithm writes poetry

Goethe, Schiller or Shakespeare. These are the great poets of the past. Poets who, even after centuries, have managed to remain en vogue in our fast-changing world. But who says that computers -or more precisely algorithms -can’t also be creative? Literary critics were astonished when the Brentano society, one of the most renowned literary associations, […]

Reviving the past. How Cobol is regaining importance through Corona.

Cobol – an outdated programming language used primarily for business analysis on mainframes until the 1950s. This programming language hit the headlines again with the Corona pandemic. But what is the connection between this worldwide crisis and an almost forgotten technology?  The Corona pandemic cost many people their jobs in recent months – especially in […]

How certificates make the difference and give an edge advantage Job search – made easy!

Particularly in IT professions, there are still many career changers these days.  There is nothing wrong with being a career changer at first. Nevertheless, many find it difficult to prove their self-acquired knowledge in the specific field of work when looking for a job. However, in today’s world, there is a myriad of choices For Self-paced Learning where a certified certificate can be achieved.  More […]

The EU-DSGVO Data protection new Thought

We live in a global world and are being protected by legal systems that are defined by borders where data is omnipresent. Since 25 May 2018, uniform and binding rules for handling personal data have been in force in all member states of the European Union for the first time. This includes all data that can be […]

How Corona changes the weather forecast

How Corona changes the weather forecast Aircrafts not only transport people or freight. No – they are also an important source of information for meteorologists. Aircrafts collect weather data during flights, for example on temperature, wind speed or humidity, and send it to ground stations. In 1991 the international program AMDAR (Aircraft Meteorological Data Relay) […]