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The recent resignation of Eskom board chairperson and non-executive director, Ben Ngubane, has once again shone a spotlight – not only on governance at the...
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Despite the increasing urgency of appointing empowered customer experience leaders to companies’ top teams, SA’s struggling retailers are significantly lagging...
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Middle managers are out of the loop when it comes to sustainability strategies, and this has stunted implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) worldwide.
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South Africa’s latest unemployment figures make for sombre reading. While official unemployment is now 27.7 per cent, the most affected group are young people under...
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It wasn’t long after smart phones, tablets and ubiquitous Wi-Fi that workplace experts predicted the end of the office. And while a telecommuting trend took root...
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South African businesses must embrace a more agile and efficient approach to their people.
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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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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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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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Business owners, senior managers and company executives need to prepare themselves for a bumpy second quarter in 2017, with the only certainty being that nobody...
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Employee engagement is a buzz word. Everybody knows it. However, few people know that employee engagement means money.
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Most people know the major differences between a Small Medium Micro Enterprise (SMME) and a corporate company. In most cases, a corporate is a much larger...
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Rewarding employees for hard work or excellent performance is not only good for company morale or productivity: it can also improve staff retention and increase...
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People who work in poorly-ventilated offices with higher levels of indoor pollutants and carbon dioxide (CO2) have significantly lower cognitive functioning which...
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South African employers are not only heeding legislation that governs the treatment of employees with disabilities, but are also taking advantage of skills...
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South Africa’s most sought-after employers are increasingly recognising that diversity is a key driver of performance, recent data has shown.
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It is unusual to speak of honesty in terms of corporate advantage. Unfortunately, recent developments suggest honesty for honesty’s sake may not be enough to ensure...
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The number of older adults who are self employed outweighs that of young adults suggesting that people of 50 years and older still have a significant role to play in...
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Selling has become significantly more difficult in a market where products are commoditised, and an agile, responsive salesperson is often the most significant...

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