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A woman works with a computer at the Technology trade show VivaTech in France, Paris, on 17 June 2021. Xose Bouzas / Hans Lucas 
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Luum Awards selects judges from Africa
Mpume Ngobese, co-MD at Joe Public
SA's OHS standard in dire straits, ILO report finds
Luum Awards to reward social and environmental awareness messages in advertising
Transformative leadership: How to help prevent employee burnout
Report reveals female entrepreneurs are making progress in SA
Simple steps to sustainable entrepreneurship
Ethnic conflict could unravel Ethiopia's valuable garment industry
GBV in the workplace: Where to from here?
Building a flexible, future-proof workforce
Labour market relevance and quality assurance of apprenticeships - an employer's perspective
Necessary changes to eliminate violence and harassment in the workplace
Disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on women in the workplace
Jordanian Dr Taleb Rifai to open the 2020 Africa Brand Summit
Refilwe Mkhize and Tintswalo Mukansi of Mixcorp
Covid-19, youth, innovation and the township economy: an opportunity to rethink
Unchartered water of Covid-19 quarantine: What's next for seafarers after repatriation?
How NPOs can avoid panic, mitigate the impact of Covid-19
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#BizTrends2020: Reward and remuneration trends in Africa for 2020
#EvolutionOfWork: Why Africa is championing the flexible workspace revolution
#EvolutionOfWork: 2020 ushers in new importance for HR and payroll data
#BizTrends2020: Developing a social economy policy in South Africa - five insights
Sexual harassment - a workplace problem that won't go away
Africa's informal sector can contribute to the formal economy
After 30 years of workplace evolution, who's your tribe?
Africa is championing the flexible workspace revolution
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Partnering for decent work - 32nd Annual Labour Law Conference
Partnering for decent work - 32nd Annual Labour Law Conference

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A win for domestic employees in South Africa
ILO Centenary Conference kicks off
Increasing population growth in Africa's megacities a challenge for authorities
AfDP's agro-industrial processing zones will drive agriculture in Africa, says investors
Economic empowerment of women is good for all
Full STEAM ahead: Practical approach to building confidence in the classroom
Labour organisations urged to embrace technology
UN, WEF and partners to tackle e-waste
ILO report calls for human-centred future of work
10 biggest threats to global health
L-R: SA's minister of environmental affairs Nomvula Mokonyane; Kumi Naidoo, secretary general of Amnesty International; Guy Ryder, director-general of the International Labour Organisation
President to proclaim National Minimum Wage date
#RecruitmentFocus: What do we need to know about the legalities of overtime and after-hours work?
ILO plans centenary celebrations
Breastfeeding, not just best for baby, but best for SA
Future of work to place youth, women at centre
#AfricaMonth: Media companies need to invest in African content
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