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If your employees enjoy high levels of job satisfaction, you'll have a competitive edge in the market. It's easier to retain happier employees than disgruntled ones,...
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The Department of Energy announced a decrease in pump price of all grades of petrol, the wholesale price of both grades of diesel,
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As Africa strives to become a leading innovator of digital technology and content over the next few years, a number of employment and entrepreneurship opportunities...
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Executives that follow a capabilities - driven strategy will make their companies more coherent and gain a competitive advantage in the African markets where they...
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Employees and consumers expected to feel cost impact of a minimum wage increase.
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Whether straight out of school, or with a few years' experience under their belts, millennials bring an amazing array of hard skills across multiple fields to the...
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Most of South Africa's Top Employers have realised that employees facing financial trouble are less productive than those with no financial concerns
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Most organisations know that they aren't achieving the full potential of their workforce, but fewer have figured out how to achieve the level of engagement they need.
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Extinct species include the dinosaurs, woolly mammoth, cape lion and the sales hunter could shortly be added to that list...
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Over one third of the workforce think meetings reduce productivity and almost half are interrupted by background noise.
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A recent survey conducted among South African students has revealed that 62% of respondents believe that the cost of tertiary education in South Africa is far too...
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Faced with a stagnant local (and global) economy, today's CEOs and business leaders are under huge pressure. They are juggling tighter margins, shifting demographics...
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International media professionals agree: social media increasingly influences the news. American PR professionals in particular (80%) welcome social media as a...
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The future of cyber risk insurance is a 2015 market research that covers key cyber insurance market trends regarding market size, growth opportunities, premium...
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The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety ("CCOHS") describes workplace bullying as including "acts or verbal comments that could 'mentally' hurt or...
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With more than 30 000 mine workers in the coal mining industry striking and prices of food and living costs increasing to such an extent that most South Africans...
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We see more and more employees getting into trouble for posts they made on social media. The question is; are employees then not entitled to their personal views and...
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Lack of trust appears to be a growing problem throughout the workforce today. Unfortunately, effective leadership is nearly impossible without trust.
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Eish, the Rugby World Cup has been an emotional roller coaster ride so far and we are only in week three! As South Africans we have been wearing our hearts on our...
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South Africa, like many developing nations, is a young country. People younger than 35 years old make up about 66% of the total population and around half of our...

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