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Boris Dzhingarov
How to find the right résumé for the right job

You look through a pile of résumés, pick one candidate and put him or her in the position, often to find that they're not the right fit. So how do you find the right piece in the puzzle and walk victorious?...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 1 day ago

#EntrepreneurMonth: Being an entrepreneur - a tough but rewarding place to be
#EntrepreneurMonth: Being an entrepreneur - a tough but rewarding place to be

Being self-employed is one of the riskiest and scariest, yet most rewarding things in life...

By Alan Russell 25 Nov 2016

How can you make sure your business is relevant in five years' time?
How can you make sure your business is relevant in five years' time?

You walk into a job interview and the first question you are asked is not about your experience or best attributes but rather: "Why is your best friend your best friend"..?

By Steven Cohen 24 Nov 2016

Boris Dzhingarov
Key reasons you should hire an employment lawyer

If you are an employee who finds themselves a victim of sexual harassment or unfair labour, you'll want to quickly hire an experienced employment lawyer to defend you and your case...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 23 Nov 2016

Worradirek Muksab © –
Stand tall: The fear of failure vs bravery

I recently came across a photograph taken on the morning of the D-day landings. It shows an army Regimental Sergeant Major standing bravely on a beach while all those around him, from the Hampshire Regiment, are hunkered down trying to find cover from the bullets raining down on them...

By Andrew MacKenzie 22 Nov 2016

Boris Dzhingarov
Here are five ways to effectively reduce employee training costs

If you invest a lot of time and energy into employee training, then there are more than likely a few ways you can cut back on expenses in this area...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 22 Nov 2016

Four major challenges that eclipse recruitment in 2016
Four major challenges that eclipse recruitment in 2016

Around 51% of HR professionals feel that obtaining human capital is their biggest challenge. This challenge is likely to be one of the most immediate concerns in the future...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 21 Nov 2016

Five ways to simplify a busy work schedule
Five ways to simplify a busy work schedule

When a company is burdened with all the work it can handle, the stress of running a business at full capacity can leave management running in circles and making amateur mistakes...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 18 Nov 2016

Creating a comfortable workplace for experienced employees
Creating a comfortable workplace for experienced employees

With our ongoing skills shortage, workers with years of experience have invaluable knowledge to share at the workplace...

By Linda Trim 9 Nov 2016

Marco Kriek, founder, Ground Up
#EntrepreneurMonth: Residential construction from the Ground Up

Founded by Marco Kriek in 2015, Ground Up is an independent construction consultancy that aims to ensure home build quality in SA...

By Sindy Peters 7 Nov 2016

Why more people are turning to entrepreneurship... and e-commerce in particular
Why more people are turning to entrepreneurship... and e-commerce in particular

E-commerce stores give people a wonderful opportunity to be their own boss, and to have complete control over their products. But is it worth the hassle? Is it worth losing job security for?...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 3 Nov 2016

Boris Dzhingarov
Business security risks you need to be aware of

While focussing on all operating processes that are important for the company, ranging from production to growth hacking, make sure that you also do all that you can to reduce the following business security risks...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 31 Oct 2016

Making innovation happen
Making innovation happen

Airbnb had 68 rejections. A lot of people laughed at them. Their success, while seemingly so obvious today, was not obvious in the beginning...

By Danette Breitenbach 28 Oct 2016

Boris Dzhingarov
Five valuable skills to teach yourself before launching your first biz

Entrepreneurs don't necessarily need degrees or credentials to launch their own businesses. However, that doesn't mean education isn't important. It just means that teaching yourself is often a more feasible option...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 24 Oct 2016

Boris Dzhingarov
Eight clues why Australian companies are worth noticing

Australian businesses do not only use the most advanced technological solutions, they create innovations that can push the rest of the world forward in its tech and business development...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 21 Oct 2016

Everything you need to know about virtual HR and its benefits
Everything you need to know about virtual HR and its benefits

If you need help with payroll and human resources but don't want to hire numerous full time employees, then a virtual human resource and payroll system may be the best option for your business...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 17 Oct 2016

Defining work for a new generation
Defining work for a new generation

The nature of work has changed and the design of the workplace and spaces of the future will influence the human mind in the workplace. The role of millennials in the workplace, the way they think and work, are an important aspect of this...

By Danette Breitenbach 5 Oct 2016

Aisha Pandor sweeps up two titles at the PriceCheck Tech & E-Commerce Awards
Aisha Pandor sweeps up two titles at the PriceCheck Tech & E-Commerce Awards

Aisha Pandor, co-founder and CEO of SweepSouth, swept up two titles at the 2016 PriceCheck Tech & E-Commerce Awards, where she was named both Best Female Tech/E-Commerce Entrepreneur and Best Black Tech/E-Commerce Entrepreneur...

By Jessica Tennant 5 Oct 2016

Cultivate a growth mindset to thrive in digital business
Cultivate a growth mindset to thrive in digital business

The future is uncertain. Business leaders need to understand that they will no longer have all the answers and can't relentlessly pursue one fixed direction...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 4 Oct 2016

#InnovationMonth: wiGroup CEO attends Endeavor International Selection Panel as winner of FNB Business Innovation Awards 2016
#InnovationMonth: wiGroup CEO attends Endeavor International Selection Panel as winner of FNB Business Innovation Awards 2016

As overall winner of the FNB Business Innovation Awards for 2016, Bevan Ducasse, founder and CEO of wiGroup, was sponsored a trip to the Endeavor International Selection Panel in Boston earlier this month...

By Jessica Tennant 30 Sep 2016

Would your business come to a standstill without you?
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 29 Sep 2016

Characteristics of a good entrepreneur
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 28 Sep 2016

#InnovationMonth: SA's matchmaking app for the freelance economy
#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 26 Sep 2016

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

Analysing gender aspects of the tourism industry
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

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

How to tax cellphones in the workplace
How to tax cellphones in the workplace

The use and ownership of mobile devices and computers in the workplace brings a range of implications for payroll calculations, as well as the employee's take-home pay...

By Rob Cooper 20 Sep 2016

Candace Bosch
Hallmarks of a good manager

"A good manager makes his employees believe they have more ability than they think they have so they consistently do better work than they thought they could..."

By Candace Bosch 19 Sep 2016

Empowering female farmers, awarding entrepreneurship
Empowering female farmers, awarding entrepreneurship

With the aim of empowering women and to recognise the role they play in food security, job creation, and economic growth, the DAFF in partnership with Total South Africa recently hosted...

By Cari Van Wyk 16 Sep 2016

10 secrets to thriving as an entrepreneur
10 secrets to thriving as an entrepreneur

While every entrepreneur is unique and each story is different, there is a common factor that unites them - they take risks, follow their dreams and pursue their passions...

By Steven Cohen 15 Sep 2016

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