Furthermore, it’s in everyone’s interests to provide screening services in the workplace, usually through corporate wellness days. Not only does it make it easier for employees to access screening, and remove the need to take time off work for a clinic or GP visit, it sends a clear message to staff that they (and their health) are valued and the company is prepared to set work time aside for this important health initiative.
As we celebrate Heritage Day, what has HR ‘inherited’?
In celebration of Women’s Day 2017, we take a look at some influential women who have shaped our past, who have made South Africa what it is today, and who are shaping our future. There are many familiar names amongst our national heroines…Ruth First, Lilian Ngoyi, Helen Joseph, Charlotte Maxeke, Miriam Makeba…but we want to […]
Downsizing understandably hits employee morale. What can you do to re-engage employees after a restructure?
Young people who successfully complete learnerships and achieve qualifications gain life skills and improved self-esteem, which in turn will make them productive employees and further their career progression.
A design solution that is sensitive to your organisation’s unique set of circumstances, culture, and environment will enhance value creation and improve overall business performance. It can result in cost savings, even if that is not your primary motivation. It can unlock talent potential, boost morale, improve accountability and encourage collaboration.
As we observe Freedom Day and celebrate our democracy, let’s take a look at democracy in the workplace. Just how democratic are the organisations where we work, and how much democracy is actually feasible?
Person-job fit can potentially have a positive effect on an individual’s performance, eliminate costly mistakes in hiring, reduce turnover, and can even be used to attract talent.
The aim of performance management is to keep employees focused and to achieve organisational goals using a set of tools and producing a set of outputs.
Human Rights Day is an opportunity to reflect on the protection of all our human rights and to reassert our commitment as South Africans to a society that respects the dignity of all its members.