June, 2015


Maternity Benefits in South Africa are Ripe for Change

The debate about maternity leave in South Africa, and how much paid time off work a new mother should be granted by her employer, has been opened up again after comments from the World Health Organisation (WHO).   The organisation states that mothers should breastfeed exclusively for the first six months of a baby’s life. […]
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The Secret Social Network? Referrals

A colleague asked me the other day, “Tim, why don’t companies invest more effort on their referral programs?” – Now that’s a great question; it does feel like a mystery sometimes! I read an article recently, “There is no community on social media” by Mark Schaefer on Businessgrow.com, (thanks for the social share on Facebook […]
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9 Truths Bosses Hide From Employees

Being an effective boss means keeping your some of your thoughts and feelings to yourself rather than sharing them with employees. Here are nine common thoughts that even great bosses sometimes have, but that are best kept private: 1. “I get tired of solving your problems.” The details: “A big part of my job is […]
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Digital Interview Tips: How to Get the Job When You Can’t Shake Hands

Picture this: for your next job interview, you might be alone in a small, quiet room speaking to an LCD display. Your prospective employer may be one of a growing number of companies that recognizes the benefits of conducting interviews over the Internet.Web camera interviews are more personal than phone interviews, and open access to […]
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Credit Checks

We make use of an external professional online checking service for all Personal Credential Verifications requested by clients or individuals. We have a project team that handles all the personal credential verification services who reports to a project team leader. Fourteen team members are registered and qualified to perform the credential verification services listed below, […]
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