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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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With companies of all sizes facing hard times over recent years, and many needing to lay off workers to keep doors open, there have been many people who have...
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South Africa has a higher than average rate of overtime fraud owing to limited prevention and detection systems, and a workforce which has become dependent on the...
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A merger that looks good on the face of it can lose value when too many employees in the target company get panicky about what life will be like after the deal...
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The rapid increase in the number of people and in volumes of data has left businesses with no option but to embrace digital technology and adapt systems.
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On 23 December 2016, National Treasury promulgated the latest version of the Demarcation Regulations (DR) in parliament, for implementation on 1 April 2017.

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