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Thousands of individuals want to upskill themselves every year. Learnerships are an intriguing option aimed at individuals who want to gain practical experience and theoretical knowledge. 


The Presidential Youth Employment Initiative (PYEI) is making strides in alleviating some of the heavy weight of unemployment amongst the South African youth. While there is still much more to be done, the programme has brought job opportunities directly to the youth.


The advent of AI reporters, as showcased by platforms such as NewsGPT.ai, has heralded a significant shift in the realm of journalism. As these technologies rise in prominence and capability, journalism schools across the globe are gearing up for a transformation unlike any before.


More than one million employment opportunities were created through the implementation of the Basic Education Employment Initiative (BEEI). The initiatives great success has highlighted the need to it to be extended despite its looming completion.


Engen has partnered with the Disability Economic Empowerment Trust (DEET) to launch an artisan training programme for 100 people with disabilities that will assist them with the skills required to enter the job market.


The fourth (and possibly final) phase of a youth employment initiative is set to conclude in the coming months. Young people who were selected to participate in the initiative received valuable training and workplace experience at school around South Africa.
 


A retail business is only as good as its employees. Essentially it is the staff who represent the brand since they are on the front lines dealing with customers.


While the unemployment rate remains alarmingly high in South Africa, there are other routes to follow on your search to finding employment, such as embarking on a learnership and studying a trade. 


Training providers are ultimately responsible for determining fair stipends. Stipends, a fixed monthly allowance paid to candidates as part of a learnership, internship or apprenticeship, are intended to provide learners with financial assistance to pay for transport, meals and other basic needs whilst completing these 12-month programmes.


Learnerships are an essential resource to future-proof your business. Black Broad-Based Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) is only effective in meeting its goals if the transformative ethos of the legislation is embraced, according to Rajan Naidoo, the Director of EduPower Skills Academy.


Why is Human Resources (HR) so important in the workplace? HR is responsible for the policy of “performance” management. It monitors, evaluates and supports an organisation's workforce.


Human resources is the most important department in any company. It is the central hub for all of the employees and everything that they do. The HR department is responsible for recruiting and hiring, on-boarding, compensation and benefits, employee performance management, training and company culture.


A career in human resources can be a rewarding and enriching experience. It offers a way to improve the lives of others, while at the same time making a difference in the world. 


New and different careers are emerging as the wants and needs of people change, find your place in an evolving job market.


Is it possible to get hired without having the relevant work experience? Yes, ofcourse it is.


This week Ivan Israelstam addresses the danger of an approach used by some employers, who have not effectively managed performance and behaviour. To remove "troublesome" employees - who should have been disciplined or performance managed - the employer goes to great lengths to manipulate positions, and to create a redeployment pool, which effectively amounts to a redundancy pool. Ivan demonstrates how the Labour Appeal Court has the power to uncover alternative agenda, and the consequences of such poor management performance. 


Moving from the structured educational environment of varsity into your first job is daunting for most people. Even where higher education adequately prepared students about what to expect, taking that first step into the world of work is often accompanied by fear of the unknown, and doubt about one’s ability to be successful.

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