Human Resource

Progression was proud to take part in the “Walk for Epilepsy Awareness” on the 26th of March held in Sandton.

Whether you are considering a career in coaching or need someone to guide you this article will help you understand the purpose and function of an executive coach.

South African employers are not only heeding legislation that governs the treatment of employees with disabilities, but are also taking advantage of skills development related tax rebates and the advantages of learnerships designed to boost HR capacity.

A mature and responsible relationship between humans and technology will bridge the digital skills divide, guiding people from digital refugees to digital citizens.

Hiring the perfect employee can be a tiring task. You have to go through an excessive amount of CVs and hardly any of them are actually worth your consideration.

Hiring new staff members is never easy. You have to sift through an excessive amount of CVs, just to find a few decent candidates. And then the interview process starts and you have to weed out the bad seeds through a series of meetings. Finally, you pick a hire and hope you’ve made the right choice.

While many young South Africans are victims to bullying at school, the phenomenon is not limited to the playground, with many lives and careers damaged annually by bullies in the workplace.

The 2017 Employee Health and Wellness Conference was held in Sunninghill end February, and a common thread resonated through the proceedings. The need to approach health and wellness in a new way.

Despite significant strides in achieving gender equality in the workplace in recent decades, women remain underrepresented in leadership roles – and the reasons are more complex than simply navigating a patriarchal workspace, a new survey reveals.

Diversity and career progression are, amongst others, important to women in the workplace.

Savvy businesses are rapidly moving beyond shared desks to flexible workspaces, which is having a profound effect on job satisfaction and staff turnover.

The modern work space can be fragile. There’s so much focus on creating a great culture that sometimes etiquette goes out the window

At some point in your career, it’s likely you’ll need to expand your team. When that happens you’ll want to hire the best people.

Of all the things to worry about, absenteeism can give business owners, managers and supervisors sleepless nights.

Finding interns these days is easy. Every recent graduate is looking for that all-important experience. They’re fresh, idealistic and want to work. The problem is that they’re not all perfect for your company or your team.

Depression in the workplace is on the rise and employers are battling to manage this costly illness.

how to prepare for a CCMA hearing

Need to prepare for a hearing at the CCMA? Here's a guide for first-timers attending a conciliation-arbitration hearing to walk you through all the steps.

When you run a business, especially an SME, there are many things you have to worry about. For starters, you have to make sure the company is running smoothly at all times.

As employees and employers embark on another year Helene Vermaak, Director at corporate culture experts – The Human Edge, recommends that feedback must feature prominently within the company culture. “By incorporating feedback into the DNA of the business, an organisation begins to transform a feedback-adverse environment into a more honest and open culture, which in turn will improve future performance.”

Despite the increasing emphasis of organisations in implementing measures to retain top talent, very few companies actually consider the financial implications of losing employees.

The decade could be messy for those organisations that fail to recognise the impending HR revolution and act upon it. And that action needs to take place now.

Everyone in the workplace has a responsibility to see that company policy is understood and practiced.

According to Nritika Singh, CEO of Isilumko Staffing (IS) and Activate, rapidly developing technology is driving the recruitment industry to new levels of sophistication. As a result this is changing not only the way that staff are recruited, but more importantly creating an evolution in the workplace.

While the holiday season may have achieved some repair to the morale of staff around the country, it is essential that team and HR managers utilise the means at their disposal to hit the ground running in the new year.

The demand for background screening services in South Africa - and Africa as a whole - has continued to increase over the last five years, presenting a 14% rise in the uptake of vetting solutions by businesses during this period.


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