The burden of financial debts and monetary distress on employees can jeopardise performance and productivity in the workplace. Without diagnosing the problem and offering empathy
The dilemma – a lack of financial freedom; a risk for increased fraud.
Professional Provident Society (PPS), the financial services company focused solely on providing financial solutions for graduate professionals, produced a resilient 2020 performance. This was amid
You may owe SARS money next year if you receive a travel allowance and aren’t travelling for business because of COVID-19
Most employees have travelled less for business this year than they would in the pre-COVID19 world.
Workers’ compensation insurance covers the lost wages, medical and rehabilitation costs of employees who sustain work-related injuries or suffer from occupational diseases. When employees sustain
Starting a new job in an employee’s career is usually an exciting event with the additional prospect of increasing their earning potential in most cases.
On 23 March 2020, the Compensation Commissioner published, by way of Government Gazette, a ‘Notice on Compensation for Occupational-Acquired Novel Corona Virus Diseases (COVID-19). The
On 23 March 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that South Africa would go into 21-day national lockdown, from midnight, Thursday 26 March 2020 to midnight,
Every company out there needs a capable HR team. Why? Well, because their performance is determined by the performance of their staff, which is directly
Not surprisingly, there has been an outflow of South Africans in recent years for various reasons, a top reason being the punitive “expat tax” regime