Opposition parties want Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Peterssen investigated for misleading the public over her role in the appointment of PetroSA chair Tshepo Kgadima...
27 Nov 2014 09:11
The Aon Hewitt Top Companies for Leaders survey for 2014 has named General Electric (GE) as the number one company for leadership development globally...
25 Nov 2014 14:46
Organisations are increasingly relying on consultants, contractors, freelancers and outsourced providers as they seek greater operational flexibility and agility in developing new ideas...
19 Nov 2014 15:24
According to research, 78% percent of South Africa's managers say that they have to take on additional work each week to compensate for underperforming staff...
17 Nov 2014 14:03
The evidence of Mr X at the Farlam Commission of Enquiry into the deaths that occurred at the Marikana mine during August 2012 has emphasised the need for employers to take the cultural beliefs of their employees a little more seriously...
By Ingrid Barbara Lewin 11 Nov 2014 15:18
Next year will bring with it even more change and upheaval in South Africa's labour environment as organisations struggle to come to grips with the nuances of new and amended laws and regulations around equal work for equal pay and fixed-term contracts.
4 Nov 2014 14:19
There's no denying that digital technologies are changing the way that business is done across all industries. But to ensure they start to realise the benefits of this move now, companies need to make sure that they have the right kind of digital leadership.
By Peter Drube 3 Nov 2014 11:46
A bully in the workplace doesn't just drive employees to quit their jobs, he also costs the company an enormous amount of money. The Training Room Online's employment equity expert Marleen Potgieter outlines the problems and solutions around workplace bullying.
30 Oct 2014 14:37
The intrigue surrounding Hosken Consolidated Investments (HCI) deepened when executive chairman Marcel Golding quit along with Barbara Hogan‚ a non-executive director and former cabinet minister‚ over allegations of political interference at TV station e.tv.
By Paul Vecchiatto 29 Oct 2014 11:49
Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Mzwandile Masina has invited Chinese business to invest in South Africa, but when doing so to embrace the country's Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) policy.
29 Oct 2014 07:38
Burnout and stress are familiar terms in research on wellbeing at the workplace; flourishing and virtuousness are much less commonplace. Focusing on the positive rather than the negative is an attribute that makes Professor Ian Rothmann and his fellow researchers at the Vaal Triangle Campus's Optentia programme stand out. Their deliberate strategy is to discover what makes people happy at work rather than what makes them miserable.
27 Oct 2014 12:46