HR & Recruitment contributor articles

Latest showcases

More showcases...

Advertise with us
Advertise & RatesMy Account
Company press officeList company
Recruitment packagesSubmit job ad
Download ratecard
Gizelle McIntyre
The importance of educated training choices

Building a career path isn't quite as easy as enrolling at university, completing a course and seeking employment...

By Gizelle McIntyre 28 Nov 2014 15:05

Pieter Scholtz
Without systems your business is managing you

Systems is the most misunderstood area of business, yet it's one area that's paramount to implement. Systems at every level of the business will make you and your team more empowered and committed...

By Pieter Scholtz 28 Nov 2014 14:03

Val Bourdos Nichas
Leadership skills should remain fine-tuned

Educating management or leadership is an ongoing process that requires formal interventions as well as valuable development through mere experience and years of trial and error...

By Val Bourdos Nichas 27 Nov 2014 14:09

Ivanna Granelli
Cloud computing brings agility to corporate learning environment

Cloud computing and mobile business solutions are clearing the way for companies to be more agile and efficient in the way that they use technology to support their training efforts...

By Ivanna Granelli 27 Nov 2014 10:18

Deirdre Elphick-Moore
Building accountability

I think Coca Cola's 2020 Vision sums up nicely what accountability is all about: "If it is to be, it's up to me". In the words of Ghandi, "be the change you want to see in the world"...

By Deirdre Elphick-Moore 26 Nov 2014 07:31

Abram Molelemane
SA's youth challenges can be solved through entrepreneurship

The first time I went to Khayelitsha was on a Sunday afternoon. I had spent the day lazing around when a friend called to say he was going there to drop somebody off and asked if I wanted to tag along...

By Abram Molelemane 25 Nov 2014 14:59

Katlego Ledimo
Self-editing, for self-improvement in the workplace

Sometimes, we learn lessons from people that we least expect. That is why it is important to give everyone credit and allow yourself to learn a thing or two each day...

By Katlego Ledimo 20 Nov 2014 11:58

[Mobile360] Geeks versus princess engineers
[Mobile360] Geeks versus princess engineers

"It was always this awkward looking guy who was tech savvy, solved a big problem and got the girl in the end ... I consider myself a geek. A geek can look like this too. A geek can wear pink dresses and can wear sparkles and be just as geeky as anybody else." - Margaret Burgraff...

By Jessica Taylor 12 Nov 2014 08:38

Peter Davidson
Strategies and tools to help you start and run a business

When you are planning on starting a small business, no matter what type of business it may be, you probably can't help but notice all the technology that is available to help you start, run and grow that business.

By Peter Davidson 11 Nov 2014 07:10

Professor Paul Benjamin
Change in law may lead to big claims

A change to the Basic Conditions of Employment Act, which came into effect on 1 September 2014, could have a big effect on practice in the CCMA and on employers who face claims of underpayment.

By Professor Paul Benjamin 5 Nov 2014 11:29

Change in BCEA can lead to claims against employers
Change in BCEA can lead to claims against employers

A change to the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA), which came into effect on 1 September this year, could have a big effect on practice in the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) and on employers who face claims of underpayment.

By Professor Paul Benjamin 3 Nov 2014 09:52

Labour Appeal Court almost doubles judgments
Labour Appeal Court almost doubles judgments

This year the big question in labour law has been when the Labour Relations Act (LRA) Amendments will come into effect.

By Professor Paul Benjamin 3 Nov 2014 07:37

How to not squander skills development budgets
How to not squander skills development budgets

Overspending on irrelevant employee training hinders return on investment, results in a frustrated workforce and is, essentially, nothing more than an unnecessary waste of time and money.

By Gizelle McIntyre 31 Oct 2014 13:30

Why hiring the right employees is the key to business success
Why hiring the right employees is the key to business success

It's an understated fact that employees are the foundation of every business. It's not easy to find people who are motivated and ambitious - especially in an entry-level position - so if you do, best hold on to them...

By James Timpson 29 Oct 2014 13:45

Jacques van Wyk
Draft Code of Good Practice on equal pay for work of equal value

The Minister of Labour published the Draft Code of Good Practice on equal pay for work of equal value ('Draft Code') on 29 September 2014. The Draft Code is available for public comment until 31 October 2014.

By Jacques van Wyk 29 Oct 2014 12:42

Draft Code on equal pay available for comment
Draft Code on equal pay available for comment

The Minister of Labour published the Draft Code of Good Practice on equal pay for work of equal value (Draft Code) on 29 September 2014. The Draft Code is available for public comment until 31 October 2014.

By Jacques van Wyk 29 Oct 2014 07:39

Robert Reddick
Recruitment advertising is not doing the job

Most employers are not getting the quality they deserve from their recruitment advertising these days...

By Robert Reddick 29 Oct 2014 06:22

Supply chain management concerned about skills shortage
Supply chain management concerned about skills shortage

Skills shortages continue to bedevil the logistics and supply chain industry, with practitioners reporting shortages of up to 64% in positions that require a bachelor's degree.

By Mario Landman 23 Oct 2014 16:46

Tertiary education takes steps to meet market needs
Tertiary education takes steps to meet market needs

Many international education institutions are making internship and workplace readiness training an essential and compulsory part of their syllabus.

By Abram Molelemane and Anton Ressel 23 Oct 2014 12:15

Ivanna Granelli
Breaking the expensive call centre cycle of recruiting, training and churning

There are few business operations that are more challenging from a human resources perspective than running a call centre...

By Ivanna Granelli 15 Oct 2014 14:11

Niteske Marshall
Resigning without a new job is not always a bad idea

Is it ever a good idea to resign from your job without having a new one lined up? I say, yes!

By Niteske Marshall 13 Oct 2014 10:32

MEC liable for damages after doctor's rape
MEC liable for damages after doctor's rape

An employee, who suffered the horrendous ordeal of being raped whilst on duty, is not precluded from suing her employer for damages.

By Johan Botes 13 Oct 2014 09:53

Michael Greyling
How to ensure leadership development programmes deliver business impact

Most organisational leaders are faced with an environment characterised by high levels of complexity and change which requires exceptional levels of personal maturity...

By Michael Greyling 13 Oct 2014 09:38

Entrepreneurship and philanthropy
Entrepreneurship and philanthropy

According to Naveen Jain, a business executive, entrepreneur and Forbes magazine contributor: "Philanthropy is not about giving money, but about solving problems".

By Zimkhitha Mqutheni 29 Sep 2014 10:33

Social change is key to a better world
Social change is key to a better world

To overcome the economic and social issues of our time and, in particular those relevant to Africa, you need to be entrepreneurial and have an element of social change in your product or concept.

By Danette Breitenbach 19 Sep 2014 07:33

John Mc Loughlin
When your good guy goes bad

One of our clients recently ousted one of its most trusted employees, who had been using the company's clients, intellectual property and contacts to run his own business, in direct competition with his current employer.

By John Mc Loughlin 17 Sep 2014 08:24

Lyndsey Moorhouse
Strategy, not technology, should drive how organisations approach training their employees

South African companies should not treat e-learning as a one-size-fits-all solution for training employees in new business systems and processes, but instead regard it as one tool of many for making their business strategies come to life...

By Lyndsey Moorhouse 17 Sep 2014 07:09

Niteske Marshall
What really makes you employable?

Employability, it's the new corporate buzzword that has job seekers scratching their heads trying to find ways to make themselves more attractive to potential employers.

By Niteske Marshall 16 Sep 2014 14:27

Su-Mari Du Bruyn
Defusing conflict

There is a saying that variety is the spice of life. Most people prefer variety when it comes to choosing the right frame for their reading glasses, a tie, a shirt, a dress or shoes, but more often than not people are less interested in a variety of opinions...

By Su-Mari Du Bruyn 12 Sep 2014 13:06

Godfrey Madanhire
Should you change career now?

When you start out in a career you have high hopes of achieving great success in your chosen field. Sometimes you realise such success, but sometimes life and circumstances get in the way. New opportunities might arise or you might develop new skills.

By Godfrey Madanhire 12 Sep 2014 11:57

Next >