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By Camilla Pennington -  Unilever have been members of SAGEA (South African Graduate Employer’s Association) since inception 13 years ago and have always been at the forefront when it comes to growing and developing young talent. 

by Camilla Pennington Ludwick Marishane is 29 years old and has never been formally employed in the corporate sector.  Starting his entrepreneurship journey while he was still at school, Ludwick now runs a successful business employing

By Camilla Pennington When asked what pressing issues keep CEO’s awake at night 38% of the 1 291 CEOs from 85 countries surveyed in PwC’s 21st annual global CEO survey indicated that the availability of key

The SAGEA Awards are celebrated biennially and provide our members (Employers, Suppliers and Institutions of Higher Learning) with the opportunity to showcase their achievements in the field of graduate employment.  The Awards provide members with

by Camilla Pennington There are three different sources of global University Rankings most often used by employers – each with a slightly different approach to measuring and ranking universities and each using varied methodologies to arrive

by Camilla Pennington We all remember the old adage that when customers have a positive experience they tell one person but when they have a negative experience they share it (usually angrily) with ten or more

By Camilla Pennington Millennials, who are currently aged between 20 and 36, make up an increasingly large proportion of today’s workforce. There are many negative stereotypes of this generation – perceived as the “me, me, me”

By Camilla Pennington -  Unconscious bias is something we are often unaware of but which creates barriers that prevent diversity and inclusion in the workplace, damaging relationships that could foster creative and innovative ideas. The costs

By Camilla Pennington -  According to the 2016 South African Graduate Employer’s Association (SAGEA) Candidate Insights survey of 2 052 new or future employees from 108 South African organisations, 85% of candidates feel that an employer’s