Workplace bullying or incompatible styles?

There are so many different, and subtle, ways of making people feel less than valued, that sometimes the bullied person simply feels more and more inadequate at the job, without realising that they are, in fact, being bullied.

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World’s most attractive employers

The top three preferred industries include management and strategy consulting, banking and financial services; whereas last year banks struggled to compete with tech firms for business talent.

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Futurewave BusinessIT brief July/August 2017

In Futurewaves BusinessIT July/August edition, we cover Sustainable Solutions to the massive cost of electricity in South Africa; Ask if mobility really sets us free; and note that future of networking is in the software . . .

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Reduce road traffic with cloud control

As traffic continues to worsen and employees continue to demand more workplace flexibility, enterprises will be forced to seek out solutions, many of which are to be found in the cloud.

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How Goldfields is standardising global HR

Having made the decision to use SuccessFactors, it quickly became critical for the group’s HR function, she adds. The first step in the journey was to standardise all key processes in the HR function.

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KPMG: No one should get away with fraud

Even information that is carefully hidden or deleted can be identified and disclosed; and adequate measures must be in place and appropriate provisions must be made to discipline guilty parties accordingly.

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Stay human, team up and beat the bots

The 2016 Global Relationship Study by Andrew Sobel Advisors found that 28% of respondents said they were ‘very satisfied’ with the quality of relationships with outsiders such as clients and customers.

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Shifting from transactional to transformational HR

South African businesses must embrace a more agile and efficient approach to their people - failing this, local businesses of all sizes and across sectors may simply not able to stay relevant in a rapidly changing world.

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SMEs want tech-savvy accountants

In a survey of over 600 South African accountants and SME owners conducted by Xero, in partnership with World Wide Worx, it's clear that small business wants tech-savvy accounting staff.

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New procurement regulations likely to be challenged

In his 2017 State of the Nation Address, President Jacob Zuma noted the intention of Government to influence the behaviour of the private sector and to drive economic transformation. Procurement regulations may be challenged, though . . .

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