Everyone can quote examples of entering a retail store, other service provider, or office, looking for service - only to find an employee filing their nails, or talking on a private call on their the cell phone, or clearly on a social network. Now who is responsible for this behaviour? Yes, the individual himself or herself, but the key question is where is management? Why is this employee allowed to behave like this in company time? This week Ivan Israelstam approaches the issue of management responsibility.
The Gauteng Health Department has signed the statute paving the way for the establishment of a single government-operated nursing college in the province known as the Gauteng College of Nursing (GCoN).