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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

By Carol Butcher -  Millions of people worldwide made New Year’s resolutions a few days ago. They typically vowed to stop smoking, lose weight or go to the gym; this begs the question – how people

  By Marius Meyer -  As most people enter the holiday season, it is time to reflect on the successes, challenges and opportunities of the year.  The skill of reflection is very important for all talented employees. 

By Marius Meyer -  South Africa is blessed with a thriving retail and wholesale sector.  In fact, the country has the 6th most shopping centres in the world making it one of the top ten retail

By Marius Meyer -  On 5 December 2013 South Africa and the world lost one of the greatest leaders of mankind, Nelson Mandela.   It is now three years later, and the question is whether the world

By Carol Butcher -  Stop a moment to reflect – there are 86 400 seconds in a day, and it only takes two seconds to say “thank you”. When last did you say “thank you” to

By Marius Meyer -  As we approach the last two weeks of work for most employees, companies are taking their staff out for the end-of-the year office party.   This is a great opportunity for employers to

By Agustina Mendez -  Succession management is vitally important to an organisation’s sustained success. But, to drive future strategy, you must develop a robust leadership pipeline. It is clear that succession does not go deep or

By Justin Bodill -  Retention is a term that is commonplace in any business. It is a key HR measure, and in many ways is a ‘happiness’ indicator. A high retention rate is generally viewed as

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