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The significance of artisanship in the government's job-creation and economic growth policies will be underlined with a visit next week by Labour Minister Membathisi Mdladlana to one of the country's oldest training centres.

An employee indicates that they want to resign - can you ask them to sign a resignation letter?

A case relating to the legitimacy of a claim for unfair dismissal, due to assertation of the applicant's common law right to a pre-dismissal hearing.

CEO of the Transport Seta, Teta, Dr Piet Bothma, has been arrested and has appeared in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court and was released on R200 000 bail. He will appear in court again alongside former Fidentia boss J Arthur Brown and Graham Maddock on August 31.

Holistic Advancement look into the various stages of learning, and explain how their product will help to engage your workforce with their workplace in a new and more productive way.

The month of July, for whatever reason, has prompted a number of articles referring to probably one of the most talked about issues across all sectors, the subject of skills, and the shortage or lack thereof in South Africa.

In the knowledge economy, companies are increasingly faced with a rapidly changing business environment, dictated in part by globalisation that in turn enforces an adapt-or-die marketplace.

Ten aspiring carpenters hope to start their own businesses after graduating from the Furniture Technology Centre (Furntech). The students attended a six week training programme at the Furntech in White River, Mpumalanga, after being awarded bursaries of R10 000 each by the provincial Department of Economic Development and Planning.

The National Youth Service (NYS) will officially be introduced to Mpumalanga on Monday.

"Lifting the corporate veil" - the Labour Court confirms that it may look beyond the company 'personality' to the individual responsible. This attempt to avoid paying the compensation awarded in a constructive dismissal case was exposed.