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It is this ever-changing world that is altering the business environment at such a rapid rate and employers are having to come up with more creative incentives for employees – hence this new term Variable Remuneration. Craig France, Executive Consultant for 21st...
Polokwane Chemical Suppliers, a 100% black-owned manufacturer of cleaning detergents is proof that the Workplace Challenge Programme (WPC) is working and every company should consider enrolling PRETORIA, South Africa, June 7, 2018/ -- It is imperative to invest in...
Parliament continues to improve the legislative landscape to consolidate workers’ victories and rights The National Assembly, during its plenary sitting on Tuesday afternoon, passed the Basic Conditions of Employment Amendment Bill, the Labour Relations Amendment...
Income inequality continues to be a highly debated topic both within South Africa and globally, with widespread concern regarding fair and equitable pay from executives to general workers. There is a common perception of an unnecessary large gap between CEO/executive pay and general staff pay and that this gap is widening every year. It is important to explore what drives these perceptions whether they are based on fact or myths.
It has been proven that people who work in flexible spaces are happier, and happy employees are up to 12% more productive. A survey conducted in 2017 indicated that over 44% of corporates were already using some type of flexible office solution and this number was expected to increase to 66% by 2020.
The unemployment rate (26,7%) remained unchanged over the first quarter of 2018 compared to the fourth quarter of 2017
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