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South African enterprises are taking data protection and governance seriously and are actively moving to implement governance best practice.
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Section 5 of the Labour Relations Act prohibits discrimination against an employee for exercising any right conferred by the LRA.
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All too often psychometric assessments become a tick-box exercise and part of the recruitment process, without any contribution or additional value add.
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Africa may face significant technological, social and political challenges, but by focusing on opportunities rather than weaknesses, and following an informed...
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Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment in the South African mining industry is regulated by the Broad-Based Black-Economic Empowerment Charter for the South African...
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Issue(s)Whether a collective agreement concluded between a majority union and an employer, but extended to a minority union, can prevent the minority union from...
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Millennials comprise the generations born between 1980 and 2000, who are now entering the employment field. By 2020, these millennials will form 50% of the global...
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The issue of when an employer may explore alternatives to retrenchment with its employees has been plaguing employers, trade unions, employees and South African...
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  Join the movement. HR Directors face unique challenges in the workplace. They craft and oversee the implementation of people strategies that ensure...
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What you need to know about a mobile workforce and BYOD: The good, the bad and the just plain unsafe.
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Since the Employment Equity Act was amended three years ago to expand on the principle of “equal pay for equal work”, the application of the law has been...
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"An employer has the prerogative to set reasonable standards pertaining to the harmonious interpersonal relationships in the workplace" – words by Mokgoatlheng AJ...
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Given the growth in Africa, employers are regularly seconding their employees to businesses in other jurisdictions. Each country has different visa requirements for...
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While social media is a common method of communication, it is also for good reason, largely unregulated. The negative consequence however, is that sensitive, illegal...
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The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has ruled in Binding General Ruling (BGR 41), issued on 10 February 2017, that non-executive directors (NEDs) should...
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The 2016 Employment Equity (EE) Annual Report for the 2015/2016 reporting year, released on 10 May 2017, showed that 68% of the South Africa's management positions...
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With the drive towards digitalisation becoming a business priority, insurers need to investigate how best to adopt new solutions within their organisations.
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A foreign business executive recently visiting our shores expressed surprise at the number of public holidays enjoyed by South Africans.
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Work is changing. It’s no longer about wearing shirts and ties, working nine to five and transferring your tired body continuously from meeting room to desk, in an...
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Family life is not simply something that your employees do when they’re away from their desk. A mother remains a mother while she’s attending trade shows, or...

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