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Recruitment Selection

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Employees are taken on to perform fundamental functions in a business and contribute towards the overall success of the operation. Regardless of the job, each and every employee has the potential to have a lasting impact on the business, whether positive or negative. However, should an employee turn out to be problematic, your business stands to lose more than just time, money and effort. Understanding how to avoid making a poor hiring decision is, therefore, vital during the recruitment process.

Qualifications fraud is a big problem in South Africa and, although not prominent at executive level, it does happen. To stamp out this practice, the National Qualifications Framework Amendment Act 12 of 2019 was signed into law on the 13th of August this year. It provides that people presenting false qualifications could serve up to five years in prison.

Considered a scourge in the job market, the act of CV fraud is the attempt of a job applicant to submit false information as fact.

For some organisations, the act of screening potential hires is not a necessity. 

As digital transformation continues to seep into each and every industry and sector and the skills gap continues to widen

As of 2018, nearly half of the baby boomer generation – those born between 1946 and 1960 – have reached the full retirement age of 66.

The scope of integrity testing as a pre-employment assessment tool reaches far beyond ascertaining a candidates propensity to lie, steal or “wheel and deal”.

You might have thought that applying for a personal loan was the only reason for a company to cast its razor-sharp eyes over your credit history.

Start-up ventures have become a common addition to the South African markets in recent years. With President Cyril Ramaphosa’s declaration to offer more support to small businesses

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