Generation “Why”: Where do we go, where do we go now (sweet child o’ mine)?

Baby-boomers obbeyed ther bosses. Generation X openly rebelled, like Nirvana. Generation Y simply ignores authories they don’t respect. They don’t want you to teach them and preach to them, they want you to love them and appreciate them. They are a great business opportunity. They want to work and they are ambitious, but highly flexible. Working from home? Great. Working from a Thailand resort? Even better. Flexible hours, working weekends, free Wednesdays? OK. Anything goes, and nothing is classical now.

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Happy Troubled Birthday: Europe in different gears

Text: Žikica Milošević

Now we have The Premier League, the Championship and thr First Division. If it sounds like a quick overview of English football, it is in fact the situation in the European Union these days. We are facing the cruel fact that there are three „leagues“ inside one entity which was initially conceived as rather monolythic, or at least it had the idea to become such. A home of equals, or at least a home for all those who will become equal after joining it. Of course there was a difference between Sweden and Portugal, Germany and Bulgaria, but now it is legalised.

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The regional automobile industry forum #AutoForum2017, organized by Color Media Communications and SAT Media Group, took place at the Radisson Blu Old Mill Hotel in Belgrade on 21st March.

#AutoForum2017 assembled relevant experts and automobile brands, and the representatives of educational institutions, the Customs Administration and importers association.

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Gabrijela Grujić, Dual Education Advisor to the Minister in the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia

We offer children skills that make them permanently employable

Contrary to popular belief that dual education produces cheap workforce, the actual essence of this model is creating opportunities for permanent employment right after finished school, or after loosing a job. The experiences of our Austrian peers were exceptionally important to us in conceiving our dual education format.

The experiences of Switzerland, Germany and Austria were very valuable in creation of our National Dual and Entrepreneurial Education model. Our model encompasses the uniqueness of the educational and social system in Serbia – says Gabrijela Grujić, Dual Education Advisor to the Minister.

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Modifications to the existing e-Tourist Visa (e-TV) Scheme of Government of India

Government of India has changed the nomenclature of its existing ‘e-Tourist-Visa’ facility available to the nationals of the Republic of Serbia to ‘e-Visa’ to expand its scope by adding three sub-categories, namely, ‘e-Tourist Visa’, e-Business Visa’ and e-Medical Visa’ with effect from 1st April 2017.

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Telegroup Infosec conference: NEW VIEW OF CYBER SECURITY

The TeleGroup Infosec Conference has been launched with the view of raising the level of information security in the region of the Western Balkans. The conference has become one of the most important IT security conferences in this part of the world. TeleGroup, an IT company operating in the segment of security technology, aims at supporting the efforts invested by the local IT associations in drawing attention of state structures and general public to information security as the most important resource of any country, and the existence of increasingly more sophisticated threats in cyber space that can jeopardize the stability of the regional economy and the society.

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