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How can employers help employees to make ends meet?
How can employers help employees to make ends meet?Article

Although the economy seems to be coming out of the doldrums, life is still tough out there and many people have lost their livelihoods, if not their lives, as a result of Covid-19...

Bryan Habana 9 Apr 2021

NPO mental health support programme, helpline launched
NPO mental health support programme, helpline launchedArticle

Tshikululu Social Investments has partnered with the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) on an NPO mental health support programme called NPOwer to provide psychological first aid to NPOs...

30 Oct 2020

Careers24 announces headline sponsorship of Future of HR Summit and Awards for fifth year running
Careers24 announces headline sponsorship of Future of HR Summit and Awards for fifth year runningArticle

For the fifth year in a row, Careers24 is partnering with the Future of HR Summit and Awards as headline sponsor...

Issued by Careers24 28 May 2019

#RecruitmentFocus: Why employer branding is vital even in the midst of a stagnating economy
#RecruitmentFocus: Why employer branding is vital even in the midst of a stagnating economyArticle

While employer branding has made significant inroads into the South African market, with a number of companies leveraging its benefits, its relevance and how to purposefully implement it does still seem to leave many indifferent...

Sindy Peters 28 Jan 2019

The case for a restricted medical scheme
The case for a restricted medical schemeArticle

With healthcare sustainability under scrutiny, many companies are wondering whether a restricted medical scheme is still a viable benefit...

28 Apr 2017

#GlobalMentalHealth: Stress impacts corporate bottom line
#GlobalMentalHealth: Stress impacts corporate bottom lineArticle

Burnout is responsible for a loss of earnings estimated at R40,6bn, equalling 2,2% of the country's annual GDP...

10 Oct 2016

What does happiness in the workplace mean for SA businesses?
What does happiness in the workplace mean for SA businesses?Article

Liane McGowan, founder of Happy Monday CC recently opened her address at the South African Facilities Management Association (SAFMA) Conference with a quote from Richard Branson...

9 Jun 2016

Identifying substance, alcohol abuse in employees
Identifying substance, alcohol abuse in employeesArticle

Economically speaking, substance or alcohol addiction can increase absenteeism, reduce productivity and escalate accident rates. Such dependence has a significant effect on an employee's abilities...

Rhys Evans 14 Jan 2016

New survey into employees' views on rewards and benefits
New survey into employees' views on rewards and benefitsArticle

The Sub-Saharan Africa Employee Engagement Survey, which comprises 75 organisations across sub-Saharan Africa, representing over 300 000 employees, conducted by Aon Hewitt and Emergence Growth aims to provide detailed data that organisations can use to improve their employee engagement initiatives in Africa.

11 Jul 2013

Talent and skills management: a key driver to grow companies and improve service deliveryArticle

The generation of sustainable and strong financial results in businesses and organisations requires the effective management of talent and skills in the long term.

Virgil Bethanie 15 Aug 2012

EAPs can improve bottom lineArticle

As the grip of the credit crunch continues to tighten purse strings worldwide, more and more consumers are experiencing financial stress. This is particularly true for those consumers who engaged in routinely poor credit management practices in the past - e.g. paying late, skipping payments or exceeding credit card limits. The impact of this type of behaviour is amplified in today's economy where escalating debt and unfavourable credit ratings make accessing loans and credit an elusive prospect.

Chris van Rensburg 12 Oct 2009

Pay attention to employee's mental needs and save billions, psychiatrist tells businessArticle

Mental illness in the workplace costs South African businesses billions of rand in absenteeism and lost productivity annually – a trend that could be reversed to a great degree if more attention was given to the problem, says a leading psychiatrist.

Issued by Magna Carta 29 Jan 2008

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