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By Alexandra Hadfield, Harambee SME Sector Lead As if starting a new business weren’t scary enough, the next step is to grow it by hiring someone. Here’s the logical series of events that will make the

By Ewout Holst, Head: Corporate Solutions, Sub-Saharan Africa, JLL   Google is probably most famous for it. The introduction of new workplace fads designed to make us happier, more fulfilled staff members. Stairs replaced by slides. Brainstorming

By Kerryn Kohl According to the World Economic Forum, Future Jobs report Emotional Intelligence is listed as the 6th most critical skill for 2020. What is very interesting to note is that this skill did not

The theme of this year’s World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos is “Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World”. Amidst all the news, chatter, charm, debate and negotiation we bring you interesting trends from

By Carol Butcher I grew up on a diet of cowboy movies. Film-makers made life easy – the cowboys, portrayed by the likes of John Wayne (the Duke). Clint Eastwood, Paul Newman and Robert Redford, were

A REVIEW OF THE TOP 10 SECTORS This salary review has been compiled exclusively for South African job seekers and the HR/Recruitment industry, to give a true representation of cost-to-company salary packages in South Africa across

By Gaylin Jee   Apparently so. Heard of FastWorks, GE’s approach to speeding up innovation? Here are two examples of FastWorks in action, offered by Leader of GE Culture, Janice Sempe:   A new product (an engine) gets

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]by Daniel Goleman It’s in the back of the minds of so many leaders, whether it’s the CEO of a Fortune 500 company or the manager of a large division. How smart am I? Or more

By Professor Alwyn Louw; President: Monash South Africa   Given the growing levels of complexity to be ushered in by the fourth industrial revolution, a fundamental change in the way humans think and work is non-negotiable. Universities