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By Lerato Nxomani   One need only google the term “millennials” or “working with millennials” to see that people all over the world are grappling to understand this group. In fact, those two phrases return hundreds of

By Thandi Thankge  Last week, the CEO of SABPP, Marius Meyer presented a compelling article focusing on youth talent as one of the key imperatives for building human capital in South Africa.  Today, I want to

A lot of Black Millennial Professionals in South Africa feel like they don't belong in corporate. Mbongeni shares findings from his research that companies can use to foster a sense of belonging for this critical group thereby leading to

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 Carol Butcher -  The headline “Let the young lead” in the online publication howafrica.com, caught my eye. The article was about Kofi Annan’s views on today’s youth. Kofi Annan is a former UN Secretary-General, Chair

Hiring first-time work-seekers can appear to be a little tricky for employers. Young, inexperienced staff seem to be a business risk because of the time and money needed to train them up, which can result

By Carol Butcher -  It is fascinating to read stories about South Africa’s top matriculants -  what is even more fascinating is the fact that their recipe for success is very often very different from the

By Justin Bodill -  For the first time in history, we have 5 different generations reflected in the global workforce. Namely: Traditionalists: born 1945 and before Baby Boomers: born 1946 to 1964 Generation X: born 1965

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