Before entering the job market there are a number of factors which you should consider, beginning with the reason(s) behind wanting to resign. If your reason is solely a desire for a higher, market-related salary then resignation may not be the answer. It is far more economical to keep an employee than attempt to replace him/her. As a result, you will often find candidates end up staying with their current employer after they receive a new job offer, as the reason for leaving in the first place, is resolved through a counter offer.
Issued by RecruitGroup 18 Nov 2010 23:42
It's a question that is asked time and time again. Most of the time however, it's not the hiring employer but you. It's a hard concept that most job seekers have trouble wrapping their heads around, but applicants frequently display signs that tell an employer that they're not the best fit for the job.
Issued by RecruitGroup 5 Feb 2010 13:22
The third annual Careers24 Salary Survey, released Monday, 25 January 2010, reveals that despite South African organisations' commitment to gender and racial equality, differences among the demographics suggest that many are still unconvinced.
27 Jan 2010 10:46
The retail industry is one of the biggest users of labour brokers, but since the debate about banning them broke out early this year, it has been remarkably quiet.
30 Dec 2009 11:37
Presenting an offer of employment. Sound simple? I mean, you have a job and someone needs a new job, how hard can it be? Well, turns out this is actually the one of the most delicate stages of the entire recruitment process.
Issued by RecruitGroup 1 Sep 2009 13:22
“The poor availability of talent is constraining the execution of business strategy,” say South African HR practitioners.
Issued by Top Employers Institute 4 Jun 2009 10:41
CRF in partnership with Sunday Times is running the Leading Managers campaign once again. This is an annual business-to-business corporate showcase that reveals the country's high-performing companies and their leading managing executives to key stakeholder audiences. The publishers (CRF) of BEST Employers™ and Careers SA conduct credible research on critical performance areas such as Human Resources, Leadership and Strategy.
Issued by Top Employers Institute 25 May 2009 15:40
South African companies are missing out on opportunities to attract skills, cut recruitment costs and get a competitive advantage by finding good people due to a lack of a compelling employer brand.
By Mark Gray 12 Mar 2009 12:29
There is no doubt that organisations and companies today are in very different places to where they were 20 years ago. It is not uncommon for organisations to reorganise and consider creative ways to do more with fewer resources. This particular trend has implications for the workforce, which in many ways have had to restructure the nature of jobs to become more task-oriented with clear accountabilities.
By Shamillah Wilson 10 Sep 2008 10:51
Moneyweb.co.za announced a five-year joint venture agreement with ITWeb yesterday, Monday 10 March 2008, to launch and operate a number of new web-based services. The two initiatives are targeted at Moneyweb's growing audience and are powered by ITWeb's business model, technology and service delivery methodology.
11 Mar 2008 09:20
The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) recently turned down an employer's quest to enforce a restraint of trade covenant in a case where the employer tried to prove that the use of general skills and knowledge of former employees with a competitor meant that they were in breach of a restraint of trade agreement they knowingly signed.
22 Nov 2006 16:32
Many of you are quite confused about your salary structures. When asked how much you earn, almost all of you can tell us what you take home, but very few of you know the difference between Total cost to company, Gross, Basic or Cash package.
Issued by Ad Talent 14 Sep 2006 14:20
EMPS, South Africa's oldest reference checking company, reported its highest level on criminal record hits in 3 years, at 7.6% for the month of March 2005. At least 7 out of every hundred candidates checked had a previous conviction.
10 Apr 2005 12:04
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