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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 Marius Meyer and Lathasha Subban We recently celebrated Workers’ Day and this month is recognised as Workers’ Month to put the spotlight on worker rights for a longer period of time.  The 1st of May

By Marius Meyer Talent management is a top priority for organisations taking talent seriously from a strategic perspective. The importance of talent management in enabling business strategy for a high performance organisation cannot be over-emphasised. The

By Kerryn Kohl It is becoming essential that each of us develop our personal Digital Quotient or DQ. DQ is a term Mckinsey coined specifically referencing an organisations digital maturity. However, developing our personal set of

By Marius Meyer Since the launch of Talent Talks as Africa’s first dedicated talent management platform, it has become evident that there is some misunderstanding of the meaning and features of talent management. In this article,

By Gaylin Jee With rapid rates of technological advancement, we are more connected, networked and we have more tools at our disposal than ever before. We just have to dive in and explore what we need

By Jenali Skuse The disruption to the workplace that occurred with the entrance of Gen Y (born between 1985 and 1996) was unprecedented. With extremely high expectations of rapid advancement, valuing work-life integration more than any

By Marius Meyer -  INTRODUCTION The month of April starts on an uncertain note with the reshuffling of cabinet ministers resulting in several new ministers taking office.  The beginning of April also signals the payment of social

By Kerryn Kohl -  We place so much focus on the “Team.” - on building High Performance Teams, Agile teams, Adaptive Teams, Innovative Teams - But the thing is Innovation, Agility, or even High Performance are

By Xolani Mawande -  In pursuit of the strategy of the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) in providing a voice for the human resource (HR) profession, we are proud to announce that after months of