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Out with performance reviews, in with leadership conversations
Out with performance reviews, in with leadership conversations

"It's time we seriously think about eradicating the outdated annual performance review," says Helene Vermaak business director at The Human Edge...

6 Nov 2018

IORA establishes Madiba internship programme
IORA establishes Madiba internship programme

Member states of the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) has been challenged to invest in the education of the youth as it is the most powerful weapon to change the world...

5 Nov 2018

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Mr Price internship programme open for entry

The Professional Retail Programme for graduates is now open for applications. This internship falls under MRP Foundation's Jump Start skills development programme...

5 Nov 2018

Public Works increases EPWP wage rate
Public Works increases EPWP wage rate

The Department of Works has increased the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) participants' wage rate from R88.00 to R92.31 per day from 1 November...

5 Nov 2018

Minister declares SABC executives' salaries
Minister declares SABC executives' salaries

Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has declared the executive salaries of the SABC, saying the current crop of executives at the public broadcaster were earning significantly less than their predecessors...

2 Nov 2018

Tom Moyane
Moyane gets the boot

Acting on the interim report of the South African Revenue Service (Sars) Commission, President Cyril Ramaphosa fired Tom Moyane as commissioner of the revenue service yesterday with immediate effect...

2 Nov 2018

Wright, hosting in the Ukraine.
How Tech Girl made a name for herself in all things tech, gaming and geek

It's tough enough being an entrepreneur. When you make a name for yourself in a tight industry that's typically dominated by the opposite sex, even more so. Here's how Tech Girl Sam Wright is setting the esports industry alight...

By Leigh Andrews 1 Nov 2018

Flexible working hours to contribute $10tn to global economy by 2030
Flexible working hours to contribute $10tn to global economy by 2030

An analysis, commissioned by Regus and conducted by independent economists, studied 16 key countries to delve into the state of flexible working both now and through 2030...

Issued by GO Content Lab 31 Oct 2018

Women under-represented in the African power sector
Women under-represented in the African power sector

Integrating gender in the power sector would create opportunities for women and strengthen the sector to support improved healthcare, education and entrepreneurial opportunities...

31 Oct 2018

How to stress your body less when working on a laptop
How to stress your body less when working on a laptop

Although laptops were originally designed as a convenient but temporary alternative to desktop computers, many people now use laptops as their primary computer, increasing the risk of injury...

By Isla Galloway-Gaul 31 Oct 2018

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Concerns regarding SABC restructuring strategy, mass retrenchments

NEWSWATCH: In an effort to turn the business around, the SABC announced on Monday that it will be going ahead with Section 189 of the Labour Relations Act...

30 Oct 2018

What skills has your business been struggling to recruit locally?
What skills has your business been struggling to recruit locally?

Arguably the most welcome visa regulation revision to promote foreign investment and encourage migration is the changes that are being planned to the critical skills list...

30 Oct 2018

6 human intelligences that drive purpose in business leadership
6 human intelligences that drive purpose in business leadership

Many of today's most successful leaders understand that, while moving forward with purpose is essential for sustainable success, it is equally important to stand still...

By Sue Bakker 30 Oct 2018

Glen Bresler
So, you want to be a business owner?

Many employees look at their bosses as well as the company they are working for and say - "I can do that. And better!" Similarly, many bosses in the SME space look at a key person in their organisation and believe that they need to give that employee some skin in the game...

By Glen Bresler, Issued by Meredith Harington 30 Oct 2018

Employee development through incentives
Employee development through incentives

It is not a secret that in a growing world we are faced with the development of technology and it being the new way to make business flow more efficient. This becomes a concern for employees that face a possibility of being replaced by a machine...

Issued by DNA Brand Architects 30 Oct 2018

Low job satisfaction is the real talent drain
Low job satisfaction is the real talent drain

Nearly half of young South African professionals are unhappy in their jobs and are looking to change jobs within the next 12 months...

29 Oct 2018

National Business Awards announced Omni HR Consulting as Education, Training and Skills Development finalist for 2018
National Business Awards announced Omni HR Consulting as Education, Training and Skills Development finalist for 2018

Across multiple categories the National Business Awards has announced its first-round of finalists for the 16th annual National Business Awards...

Issued by Omni HR Consulting 29 Oct 2018

What you need to know about notice periods, termination pay and the BCEA
What you need to know about notice periods, termination pay and the BCEA

If you have signed an employment contract that specifies something different to the Basic Conditions of Employment Act, this will supersede what's outlined in the Act...

29 Oct 2018

#FairnessFirst: Busting stereotypes of SA women in the workplace
#FairnessFirst: Busting stereotypes of SA women in the workplace

With rising awareness that inequality needs to be tackled head-on, we're seeing more mindfulness of issues of inclusion and equality in local marketing campaigns and movements like the 7% Tribe, Take This Thread and 'Women Acknowledged'...

By Leigh Andrews 29 Oct 2018

Companies urged to obtain UIF compliance certificates
Companies urged to obtain UIF compliance certificates

The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has urged companies to make sure they obtain a compliance certificate or risk being excluded from doing business with government...

26 Oct 2018

Fasa signs MoU with Small Business Institute
Fasa signs MoU with Small Business Institute

The Franchise Association of South Africa has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Small Business Institute...

26 Oct 2018

South Africans are ditching their lunch breaks and losing precious time and money
South Africans are ditching their lunch breaks and losing precious time and money

When it comes to South Africans' work ethic, we are among the world's most hardworking people and CareerJunction, one of SA's top job boards, have the numbers to prove it!...

Issued by CareerJunction 26 Oct 2018

SA participates in 334th ILO session
SA participates in 334th ILO session

Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant is leading a South African delegation to the 334th Session of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Governing Body underway in Geneva...

25 Oct 2018

Brett Hendricks
Tourism: A road well travelled for job creation

With ongoing petrol hikes, a recession, a VAT hike and the impact of the drought, many South African businesses are now struggling...

By Brett Hendricks 24 Oct 2018

Why integrity testing should be a routine assessment
Why integrity testing should be a routine assessment

The scope of integrity testing as a pre-employment assessment tool reaches far beyond ascertaining a candidates propensity to lie, steal or "wheel and deal"...

By Kirsten Halcrow 24 Oct 2018

Corporate content should be part of your DNA
Corporate content should be part of your DNA

On the cusp of exciting and fruitful pan-African networking and trade, the time to make use of an unbiased B2B media showcase for all Africa's dynamic, entrepreneurial business communities is now...

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 24 Oct 2018

How to create the ultimate home office, optimising concentration and productivity
How to create the ultimate home office, optimising concentration and productivity

Before you bash down walls or break the budget building on a home office, there are a number of factors to consider...

24 Oct 2018

SEED SA Go Sustainable! Programme presents its successful green enterprises
SEED SA Go Sustainable! Programme presents its successful green enterprises

SEED SA recently presented its pioneer group of green enterprises to the local business community of Polokwane and Richards Bay...

24 Oct 2018

Winners of the SA Teen Entrepreneur awards
Winners of the SA Teen Entrepreneur awards

The grand finale of the third annual SA Teen Entrepreneur's programme found the young would-be entrepreneurs battling it out for the top spot at the Southern Sun Cape Sun on 20 October...

23 Oct 2018

Debunking myths around sexual harassment in the workplace
Debunking myths around sexual harassment in the workplace

While the rules around sexual harassment may seem obvious - there are actually many grey areas and, as a result, many myths which should be demystified...

23 Oct 2018

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