Cindy Payle

Part content manager, part online writer Cindy oversees the flow of information on the Portals.

Her journalistic skills, harnessed over years of online writing, is used to assist clients publish quality content.

Do you have the skills South Africa needs? A mismatch between skills and jobs has been noted as one of the leading causes of unemployment in SA.

Organisations and individuals are being forced to think differently about the concept of employment.

Unisa has opened mid-year applications for its Short Learning Programmes (SLPs).

Technology has changed the game and every industry and sphere of life has been affected. Even our language has been forced to make room for new words and terms that describe the digital world we now live in.

The sharing economy is a quick, convenient and affordable way to share underutilized assets.

Freelancing, temporary work and employment opportunities in the sharing economy form part of what is now known as the 'Gig Economy'.

Employees with the right combination of hard and soft skills will have their pick of global employment opportunities.

How do you produce a qualified, competent learner? This 5-step training cycle helps assessors equip learners with the skills they really need.

Is a desk job right for you? Should you work for a boss? Find out how to choose a career path that suits your unique make-up.

Education is evolving and technology is the main catalyst behind this transformation. Like many other sectors 'customization' seems to be the central theme and objective of these changes.

Are you stuck in a rut? Have you reached a plateau in your career? Here are four tips to help you resurrect your professional goals.

When you think about an administrative role, resilience is probably not the first word that comes to mind.

The decision to return to college is not one that should be taken lightly.

Do young people have an obligation to cast their vote in the upcoming election, or is it their right to remain silent?

Are people skills inherent or can they be developed? It seems that some people are simply born with a level of charm and charisma that endears them to others.

You finally reach the end of a long and arduous project and the last thing you want to do is review your performance, so why should you?

Despite the impending job losses predicted by the World Economic Forum technology will bring with it many new avenues for employment and success.

Today’s uncertain market and workplace dynamics mean that employers, and their employees, have to be prepared for change.

Obsolescence. It happened to VCRs. It also happens to executives, even high flyers; especially the tunnel-vision variety that obsess about the job on hand.

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