Thanks for this article Linda, but it's a bit like reading greek to me ... my current employer can't even provide a canteen with windows, or benches outside the office (so you can actually enjoy a bit of ... what's that called again ... natural light), never mind an employee games room. The reason? It's no mystery: it's the same reason they only by Ricoffee and ration the milk ... intense penny-pinching. All their money saving has resulted in a rapid staff churn rate like you won't believe, but somebody somewhere still hasn't figured out that they're losing more money than they're gaining by trying to 'save money' by providing employees with the minimum legal requirements (i.e. nothing too lethal in the short-term). I sincerely hope that advocates like you will continue to make an impact on that stone-aged mentality, and wish me luck in the meantime!
Based on the sheer volume of applications I get, 80% end up being rejected after 10 seconds of scanning their mail because I am gatvol with people who don't know how to use spell check, or don't read the requirements! (spell check hates gatvol BTW :) )
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So true... and so sad. The education system is letting this generation down... and it is exacerbated once these school-leavers enter tertiary education. We are assisting the daughter of my domestic worker, who wants to be a journalist - she is studying at a college where the lecturers don't even correct the spelling in her assignments... what hope?!
Quality based services and employee satisfaction within organization is main point to make customers stick with business or organization. First, entrepreneurs need to focus with these two points. Other points should consider after it.
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Did anybody have a say or choice in the matter when the ANC rebranded the country in that ugly muddy colour pallet? I'n not a big fan of this new logo either, but at least it's fresher, looks happier and the colour scheme suits our city. We just are different.