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Would your business come to a standstill without you?

A lot of people think that being the big boss means being the best at everything. They couldn't be more wrong, because that means your entire business is completely dependent on one person...

By Pieter Scholtz 21 hours ago

ANC caucus warns SABC board to void Motsoeneng decision or face the heat

The ANC parliamentary caucus on Wednesday, 28 September 2016, gave the SABC a week to rescind its decision to redeploy Hlaudi Motsoeneng to another managerial position at the broadcaster...

By Khulekani Magubane 18 hours ago

Characteristics of a good entrepreneur

The life of the entrepreneur can seem highly attractive to those looking from the outside. Who would not be attracted by the lure of greater freedom, independence and individual sovereignty...

By Jonathan Stewart 1 day ago

SABC faces legal action over Motsoeneng's new position

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's office will take legal action against the SABC board if it is found due process was not followed in Hlaudi Motsoeneng's reappointment in top structures...

By Genevieve Quintal and Penelope Mashego 1 day ago

Why change management shouldn't be an afterthought

Little has improved in change management practices since 2013 when a Gallup report announced that 70% of change initiatives fail. Yet, change management is more critical than ever as business models are subjected to constant disruption...

By Basetsana Magano 1 day ago

#InnovationMonth: Using AR and VR for creative recruitment

Augmented and virtual reality (That's AR and VR to the uninitiated) are making big waves in the creative industries - BBDO shows how they can also be used to add fun to your next Millennial recruitment drive...

By Leigh Andrews 2 days ago

Beware the dopey docs

Thousands of doctors will from this week wear armbands to indicate how long a shift they have worked...

2 days ago

'Human spam' in offices creating demand for 'Do Not Disturb' spaces

Such is the extent of 'human spam', also known as endless interruptions from colleagues, that many offices are now creating 'do not disturb' zones so people can get quality work done...

2 days ago

#InnovationMonth: SA's matchmaking app for the freelance economy

For many, the office-based, 9am to 5pm corporate workplace has lost its lustre, resulting in a move towards freelance or project work...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 3 days ago

How to create a winning candidate experience

Opportunity knocks for SA companies that recognise the importance and strong impact that candidate experience can have on your company brand...

By Celeste Sirin 3 days ago

Union and retail motor sector to talk wages

Unions and employers in the retail motor sector are expected to meet this week to discuss a revised wage offer that could avert a strike at fuel pumps and some component manufacturers...

By Karl Gernetzky 3 days ago

Treasury aims to extend tax incentives

The Treasury has proposed a two-year extension of the employment tax incentive and a five-year extension of the learnership tax incentive, both of which, it says, have yielded positive results.

3 days ago

Taking local government to the top in talent resourcing

For municipality/local government institutions to make good on pre-election service delivery promises, recruiting and appointing candidates that are fit and proper for their roles is imperative...

Issued by Ayanda Mbanga 3 days ago

Union resists bid to give Motsoeneng new job

The Broadcasting, Electronic, Media and Allied Workers Union (Bemawu) has vowed to challenge any decision to keep Hlaudi Motsoeneng at the SABC as the board of the public broadcaster scrambles to keep him in his position.

By Bekezela Phakathi 23 Sep 2016

Employees: credible spokespeople and sources, how to leverage this trust

Consumers are losing faith in information that brands publish online and on social media as they become increasingly savvy about the myriad of tactics used by marketer to reach them. The rules of engagement with consumers have changed...

By Deirdre Elphick-Moore 23 Sep 2016

Registration for GovTech 2016 ICT awards is now open

Throughout the world, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) innovation has been credited as one of the key contributors to the development of the most advanced economies...

22 Sep 2016

One huge way to solve your cash flow problems so you can focus on building a profitable business

There are scads of reasons why businesses fail. However, far too often, the issue of money is at the centre of most business failures...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 21 Sep 2016

Analysing gender aspects of the tourism industry

The gender perspective cannot be left out when discussing sustainable development, particularly because tourism is a major employing sector for both men and women...

By Josephine Wawira 21 Sep 2016

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