Devil is in the detail: National Minimum Wage

It is vital that employers consider making the requisite representations to the National Minimum Wage Commission on an annual basis regarding any proposed adjustments to the NMW.

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IT skills still in high demand in 2017

Expect to see increased hiring confidence in key areas, with specialist banking, legal and IT professionals in highest demand in 2017, says Nic Sephton-Poultney, country manager Robert Walters South Africa.

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Staff incentives: What to avoid in 2017

There is value in giving staff an incentive and a goal to work towards, so brainstorm and identify what staff really want. An incentive will only work if it is enticing to the employees.

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Hiring the multi-skilled to save costs

“A business’ most important asset is its people, and employers are aware that the kind of individuals they need to employ is imperative for the success of their organisations.” ~ Lyndy van den Barselaar, MD Manpower South Africa

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AI takes root in recruitment sector

A growing trend in the recruitment sector is machine learning, with this form of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being used globally to focus recruitment efforts and actively target top candidates.

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Annual reviews vs performance management

While there are signs of change, organisations must move faster to revitalise performance management to adequately support the workforce of the future, says Accenture Consulting's Dr. Roze Phillips

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Capturing hearts, minds of Millennials

It’s a known fact that customers, partners and employees choose to engage with companies that are relevant and speak the same language as them. But what makes you relevant to the generation that has everything?

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Opinion Piece: Busting breathalyser myths

Some people think it’s possible to cheat by hiding the scent of alcohol so they eat foods with a strong aroma, like garlic, onion or breath mints - but there's no way to beat a breathalyser test.

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CFOs under threat as cyber-risks take off

Given the connectedness of organisations today, cyber security has become a fundamental part of business, and chief financial officers need to take note -it's a big mistake to relegate cyber security to the CIO office.

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CIO dilemma: Breached data levels are up

Data breaches are going to happen and companies need to shift from a total reliance on breach prevention to strategies that help them secure the breach.

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