Internationally, March is women’s month and according to some global measures South Africa has something to celebrate.
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 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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Faced with spending constraints, it has become critical for CPOs to unlock the value of emerging digital technology.
The state of the South African economy has contributed to an increase in retrenchments. There have been a number of important judgments
Education and engagement needed to empower C-suite for new security landscape.
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
South African Employers for Disability (SAE4D) has welcomed the decision by the Department of Public Service and Administration to ensure that there are adequate...
International trade and modern day communication necessitates cross-border flows of personal information around the world.
Key executives provide commentary and snippets following President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address.
Internships provide an invaluable opportunity for young people to gain experience in the workplace.
Consumers can do themselves a favour by proving Adolf Hitler wrong.
It is the New Year and most people have had the chance to take time off and reflect on the past year –
Employment law update touches on burning issues of the day, such as major increase in retrenchment cases as tough economic conditions bite.
Contractual agreements, employee benefits, set working hours and the protection of vulnerable groups - such as children - from exploitation, are common labour law...
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...
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,
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,...