Terrique Faro

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"Born in Cape Town, I love my city and am proudly South African. I am firstly African. But I am also a woman. I am young. I am enthusiastic, creative and passionate. I am most passionate about coaching and mentoring young people and being part of alleviating poverty in our society. I hold many titles, namely digital marketer, writer, brand strategist and small business owner. However, I do not limit myself to these titles. I am passionate about life and living my purpose here and now. I value relationships and look forward to seeing the difference and impact that I can make in society." - Terrique Faro
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A Human Recourse (HR) recruiters main role is to fill available positions within a company. Recruiters also may extend job offers depending on the needs of their company as well as what they feel would be a good fit for an applicant considering if there are any current openings that need filling in their department or at all within the company.


A mentor can serve many roles in an organisation. Mentors provide guidance, advice, feedback, and support to the mentee.

Mentoring is a relationship in which an older or more experienced person helps guide and teach someone who is less experienced. There are many different types of mentors such as teachers (professors), coaches that help people reach their goals; life coaches; business mentors/advisors; spiritual advisors with wisdom from another culture or belief system to offer insight into one's own beliefs.


Sometimes we need a mental and physical break from our busy lives for the sake of our well-being. Taking breaks helps us recharge and refocus on what is important in life.


The holiday season can be very busy and stressful. With trying to juggle keeping the childrens entertained, planning your schedule for the New Year, shopping for Cristmas gifts, entertaining and hosting family and parties, it can get overwhelming very quickly.


Mentors provide a key resource to employees. Mentors can be found in many places, such as the workplace and within organizations. They are also available through programs that connect mentors with mentees looking for advice on career decisions or personal development issues.


Human Resources (HR) plays an important role in developing, reinforcing and changing the culture of an organisation. The HR department is responsible for recruiting new employees as well as retaining current ones.


A short course refers to learning that combines both practical and theoretical skills. It opens up many doors of opportunities for students to learn about a specific industry in a short period of time. The main purpose of short courses is to develop and upskill your current set of skills. It aims to provide you with the basic skills you need to become a professional in your chosen career field. The duration varies from a couple of weeks up to 6 months – 1 year depending on the type of course you are pursuing.


An entrepreneur can be defined as an individual who wants to start their own business venture. An entrepreneur is not like a business owner, it is someone who is innovative and develops a new product, service or idea. Becoming an entrepreneur comes with many risks but for many, it is the rewards and fulfillment that comes with being an entrepreneur that is enticing.


It is worth noting how planning ahead gives people greater freedom over their lives as well as increased productivity when they return back into work.


Training is a process that begins with assessment, takes into account motivation and design, is delivered by the trainer, and is reviewed for effectiveness. The process of training is an opportunity to improve efficiency and effectiveness in the workplace.


Employee training is the process of educating employees in order to improve their work performance. Training can address specific skills or knowledge, or it may be more general in nature. Employee development is a process whereby the manager and employee work together to create a development plan.


The cost of studying at Unisa depends on the qualification and modules chosen, but is generally lower than other higher education institutions. Studying is a significant investment, either way. The cost varies according to the qualification and the number of modules chosen.


Why is Human Resources (HR) so important in the workplace? HR helps to shape organisational culture by developing policies and practices, dealing with personnel management, supporting organisations in the recruitment process and providing training and development. 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.


There are four key HR functions that are necessary for your company to be successful. They are: Recruitment, Employee Development, Occupational Health and Safety, and Employee Management. Every one of these functions is crucial to the success of your business.


Education opens up the world. It is the key to being able to live a happy, healthy, and prosperous life.


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. 


A non-accredited course is a type of post-secondary education that is not accredited by an educational accrediting body.


Short courses can be taken at various institutions, but there is no set definition of how long a short course is. Short courses are designed to be more intensive than a regular degree, and can last anywhere from one month to two years.

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