A frequent corporate assumption is that the chief financial officer (CFO) is the CEO in waiting. This has often been the case in South Africa, but recent US research indicates this could be less and less likely...
South African companies today face a number of human resources (HR) and payroll related challenges, from talent development and always-changing tax regulations, to employee engagement and performance management...
By Sandra Swanepoel 2 Feb 2016 13:26
As the matric class of 2015 enters the workforce, their energy and enthusiasm, together with their recent history of learning, makes them appealing employees for South African businesses but they will need guidance...
19 Jan 2016 13:03
Whereas in the past, the human resources department of any big corporate were the people who made sure salaries were paid on time, with the cost of recruitment and the legislative web surrounding labour law, HR is a whole other ballgame today...
By Nicci Botha 18 Jan 2016 07:46
In the realm of skills development, innovation leads to greater ROI, while the effective management of people impacts on the holistic performance of the organisation - offering elevated ROI in terms of productivity and profitability...
18 Jan 2016 14:28
The fear of public speaking is one of the greatest fears the majority of people ever face. However, if you understand the reason for your fear and are able to work through this, you will be able to stand up and present a meaningful message and go on to pursue more social achievements...
By Dr John Demartini 15 Jan 2016 12:53
After working with clients across many sectors for many years now, I have witnessed that process of change is exciting and fun at the beginning, hard but still fun(ish) in the middle and totally draining at the end. Here's why...
By John Sanei 14 Jan 2016 12:00
The questions to ask before deciding to pursue a new career or make changes to your current path is, "Can I see myself doing this all day, every day, for a long time...?"
13 Jan 2016 11:10
In a difficult economic climate, the training and education budget is often one of the first areas of the business to suffer cutbacks. After all, training can be expensive, takes people away from the work they're paid to do and often delivers benefits that can be hard to quantify...
By Sandra Swanepoel 8 Jan 2016 12:10
Thousands of newly qualified social work graduates, who paid for their studies with state bursaries on the basis that they would work for the state after graduating, have been left high and dry across the country...
30 Dec 2015 08:17
Eat less, exercise more, work harder, take more time off, become a volunteer. Ever notice how your New Year's resolutions stay the same year after year, yet you never actually turn your end-of-year determination into the life-changing habits and career growth you envisioned?
24 Dec 2015 06:08
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