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Internationally, March is women’s month and according to some global measures South Africa has something to celebrate.
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It has been a bear market for most major world indices for some time and added volatility has sent stock markets tumbling. With increased geopolitical events...
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The secret to making massive profits can only truly be achieved with happy staff. It’s called the Happy Bottom Line!
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The South African government is well aware that the small, medium and micro enterprise (SMME) sector is the key to unlocking job creation and economic growth over...
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Getting accurate and up-to-date financial reports can be complex for small businesses, but it doesn't have to be. Cloud-based reporting solutions offer
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Faced with spending constraints, it has become critical for CPOs to unlock the value of emerging digital technology.
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The state of the South African economy has contributed to an increase in retrenchments. There have been a number of important judgments
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Education and engagement needed to empower C-suite for new security landscape.
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Like Retirement Annuity (RA) Seasons in the past, tax payers will once again get the chance this February to reduce their income tax by making a top-up contribution
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South African Employers for Disability (SAE4D) has welcomed the decision by the Department of Public Service and Administration to ensure that there are adequate...
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International trade and modern day communication necessitates cross-border flows of personal information around the world.
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Key executives provide commentary and snippets following President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address.
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Internships provide an invaluable opportunity for young people to gain experience in the workplace.
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Consumers can do themselves a favour by proving Adolf Hitler wrong.
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It is the New Year and most people have had the chance to take time off and reflect on the past year –
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Employment law update touches on burning issues of the day, such as major increase in retrenchment cases as tough economic conditions bite.
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Contractual agreements, employee benefits, set working hours and the protection of vulnerable groups - such as children - from exploitation, are common labour law...
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CEOs like to say that their employees are the business, but a healthy business actually adds up to more than the sum of the skills and talents of each individual it...
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Social media use has led to numerous law suits both in South Africa and abroad. In the UK, Chris Cairns, a New Zealand cricketer, won a law suit against Lalit Modi,
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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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