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It is believed that 2017 will be the year when tech disruptors entrench their positions and tech-savvy consumers differentiate genuine value from fly-by-night...
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There will be substantial shifts in data platform technologies and methodologies over the next few years.
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When talk about women and men as business leaders creates controversy, should we rather not be ‘regendering’ the topic?
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Call them Generation Y or Millennials, there is little point arguing the fact that this demographic segment has become an essential part of the Always-On world.
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A widening expectation-to-reality gap for employee compensation could prove problematic for South African businesses in 2017.
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A modern leadership training style involves encouraging business leaders to accept and value their innate strengths and capabilities and to see these things as...
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Right now, on the eve of 2017, it is relatively safe to say that we have put the Great Recession behind us.
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Medical scheme costs are fast outstripping affordability with members under pressure to meet increases ranging between 10-15% depending on their benefit plan as of 1...
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With the booming necessity of improving a unique brand personality, the need for creative thinking has shifted from the arts into everyday business.
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In our Alert of 30 November 2016 entitled ‘Reinforcing the Responsibility of Broadcast Media’ we considered the High Court ruling that sub-rule 3.9 of the...
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Before buying anything, a purchaser should always be aware of all its obligations. This is one of the lessons to draw from the decision in Sheriff of the High Court,...
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As medium sized companies start to embrace the Cloud, setting themselves up for faster growth and success, it is critical that they don’t end up in a siloed...
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Following some well-deserved time at home or on holiday, you may have forgotten just how bad the traffic to and from work can be.
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Many South Africans going on holiday this festive season will continue to accumulate unnecessary costs on their monthly electricity bill as a result of lights and...
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As many companies prepare for year-end shutdown and employees look forward to a well-deserved break, the last month of the year is ‘crunch time’ for the payroll...
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Every year across South Africa offices have a go at making the workplace Christmassy often with chringeworthy results. But help is at hand.
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The lead up to the holiday season can be daunting for those in the retail industry, particularly for contact centres who bear the brunt of the increased workload,...
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South Africa is likely to see above inflation increases in electricity prices over the next eight years, with some conservative estimates placing the rise in tariffs...
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The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Act has made it compulsory for all listed companies and public entities to formally report on their empowerment...
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If you’re the owner or manager of a Small & Medium Business outside the retail and hospitality industries, you’re probably looking forward to the annual break.

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