Human Resources South Africa

Minimum wage review on the cards for farmworkers

Pretoria – Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant has taken a decision to look at a possible review of the sectoral determination for farmworkers, which currently stands at a minimum of R70

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Mabuza appointed Telkom chairperson

Pretoria – Telkom has announced the appointment of Jabulane Albert Mabuza as chairperson of the company with immediate effect. Mabuza, who was earlier this week appointed to the board as

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Wheels set in motion for farmworkers’ wage review

Pretoria – The Department of Labour has issued a notice indicating its intention to call on all interested parties to comment on the possibility to review the minimum wage for

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Electricity key to development: Zuma

Ladysmith – As South Africa forges on with its infrastructure build, electricity remains a key developmental goal with government aiming to electrify every household in the country, President Jacob Zuma

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COMPANIES PAYING BONUSES DESPITE TOUGH MARKETS

End-of-year bonuses are on the cards – for both staff and top executives – at many of SA’s leading companies,

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WOMEN – AND THEIR BABIES – WELCOME, SAY TOP SA COMPANIES

South Africa’s top employers are unanimous in their open policy of employing women of child-bearing age in senior positions, a

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2012 EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE CONFERENCE EMBARKING ON NEW HORIZONS

This year, the city of Cape Town will play host to the 14th annual > Employee Assistance Professionals Association of

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4 Tips: Negotiating for a raise

In today’s still unstable job market, it may seem even more challenging than ever to successfully negotiate for a salary

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10 Tips For The Perfect Job Interview

10 Tips For The Perfect Job Interview 10 Tips For The Perfect Job Interview By Gail Kenny Preparing for a

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Top HR Execs say Learning goes Online

LONDON — More than 55 senior HR professionals from organisations including Barnados, Deloitte, BT, LloydsTSB, O2 and Prudential all recently

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