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by Cathy Sims The most recent SAGEA Employer Benchmarking study sought input from just under 100 leading and most reputable graduate employers.  The research reveals numerous trends around numbers of graduate vacancies, graduate starting salaries, how

By Siphiwe Moyo and Marius Meyer  Today as we enter the month of September, we are proud to declare the HR Standards season open, and in particular phase 6 of the National HR Standards Journey.  September is

By Carol Butcher Recipients of deposits of R14million are generally Lotto winners, and yet incredulously Walter Sisulu University has confirmed that it erroneously deposited this amount into a NSFAS student’s account. Many question arise: how could

By Emmanuel Haruperi, Development Consultant, Hemman & Associates The increasing beat of globalisation continues to drive complexity that is volatile, uncertain and ambiguous (VUCA) in the business environment. This creates unprecedented change, making it very difficult for

Let’s hear it for the 70 female apprentice mechanics specialising in heavy earth moving equipment “It’s not easy being a woman in a male dominated world but we are definitely going to make it!” This

By Carol Butcher The focus on Women’s Day is often on celebrating the achievements of high profile women in business and in government. Their achievements are worthy of celebration, but we also need to acknowledge millions

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

By Kerryn Kohl “One of the features of this Fourth Industrial Revolution is that it doesn’t change what we are doing, but it changes us” – Klause Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum The question

Remuneration is also a very important part of the Talent Management strategy within any organisation, and forms part of the key elements for succession, retention and attraction of talent. The idea of remuneration differs from

By Lita Currie Humans are visual thinkers.  It’s a survival skill – we needed to recognise the tiger crouching in the tall grass in order to run away before we got eaten!  Most of the information

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