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Well over a third of UK businesses discovered at least one data breach or attack in the past year and a “sizable proportion” did not have “basic protections”...
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With data playing such an influential role in all aspects of business, insurers are looking at finding increasingly innovative ways to gain valuable insights.
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South African businesses must embrace a more agile and efficient approach to their people.
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In the case of Steven Motale v The Citizen 1978 (Pty) Ltd and Others LC (J2819/16) [2017] ZALCJHB 22, the employee, a newspaper editor, was suspended after allegedly...
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Despite uncertainty and tougher trading conditions in almost every sector of the economy, corporate South Africa continues to demonstrate its commitment to corporate...
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With the constant flood of emails, phone calls and social media alert notifications, for most of us it seems almost impossible not to multitask on the average...
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In a world where technology terminology seems to hit trend and hype on an almost daily basis, data governance is joining the buzz word pack. It’s not exactly a...
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The latest data from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) shows that in South Africa, not only are fewer people starting their own businesses, but that positive...
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The advancement of women in business improves bottom-line performance and strengthens corporate culture, which ultimately drives GDP and socio-economic development.
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While not everyone is innately confident in the workplace, recent research shows a strong correlation between confidence and occupational success.
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Predicting future trends in order to cultivate continued growth and success is not a new practice. Many organisations conduct extensive research, often for years,...
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Africa’s CEOs are confident that the outlook for business on the continent remains positive notwithstanding the unpredictable economic and socio-political climate.
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According to a survey of time use conducted by Stats SA, South Africans spend roughly 121 minutes per day participating in meetings, which amounts to over 10 hours a...
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Offices would be much better places to work if they were more like cars. New car models are often embedded with technologies that make driving easier, safer and more...
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In what circumstances an employer may be held liable for sexual harassment committed by one of its employees in terms of the Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998...
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While banks doing business across Africa have to be careful with regard to their compliance with SA's Financial Intelligence Centre Act (Fica), they also have to be...
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When business and family relationships are in crisis, drastic measures are called for.
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With a steady year-on-year increase in organisations choosing to screen existing and potential employees, job-seekers who are planning to lie about or omit...
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The answer to whether or not technology can actually keep track of a workforce is a resounding yes!
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With South Africa’s high unemployment rates and limited university spaces, matriculants are often urged to opt for vocational training.

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