10 Sep 2013

The Panel with Julia Hartley-Moore and Chris Wikaira (Part 2)

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 4:31 pm on 10 September 2013

Topics - What would you pay to be forever young? Well French company Sceil - a French genome technology company - is offering eternal youth for just $62,000. The world first service, which involves taking cell samples and freezing them, was recently launched in Switzerland, Dubai. Singapore and the United States. Have you ever sat a psychometric personality tests when applying for a job? Or even when you were in a job? The use of these tests are on the rise to hire the right people for the right jobs. But it's been reveled that government departments and ministries used these tests to help restructuring and redundancies. A group of children learning about entreprenuership have had their food stalls shut down by Auckland Council. But Auckland Council ruled the selling to baked goods breaks food safety by-laws.

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