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How benefits may be the key to attracting top talent

How benefits may be the key to attracting top talent

Portfolio Payroll, a specialist recruitment consultancy based in London, has released the results of its 2017/2018 salary survey. Polling professionals throughout the payroll sector, the organisation shed light on how benefits are now vital for…

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What is the difference between hiring introverts or hiring extroverts?

What is the difference between hiring introverts or hiring extroverts?

We all know that a diverse workforce is a productive, innovative and creative one. And while this extends to hiring people from different genders, races, ages, abilities and religious backgrounds – it should also extend…

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Harness excellence from within your auxiliary workforce

Harness excellence from within your auxiliary workforce

An employee engagement industry programme applied as a supply chain performance solution. Employee engagement is widely regarded as a priority within companies. It is no longer a “nice-to-have”, but mostly a “need-tohave”. However, little attention…

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Why will team composition be your biggest headache?

Why will team composition be your biggest headache?

Tolerance for others is vital in the work place and this is never clearer than when creating a successful team. Humans are humans and finding the right fit is often problematic – however, establishing what…

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How to manage generational differences in the workplace

How to manage generational differences in the workplace

Diversity in the workplace is highly important, but managing this diversity: from a gender, religious, ethnic, political and life experience/age perspective, can be challenging! What’s “normal” or expected for one person, may be highly surprising…

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9 things to consider before you retrench

9 things to consider before you retrench

Whenever a worker is retrenched in South Africa, it’s not just one person losing an income. That’s because employees in this country have a high number of dependents. For example, according to the South African…

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Why did Scaramucci crash and burn in the White House?

Why did Scaramucci crash and burn in the White House?

Antony Scaramucci’s term in the White House must be one of the shortest terms anyone has served in American politics. His departure after 10 days on the job was attributed to his use of vulgar…

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Why be informed before embarking on retrenchments

Why be informed before embarking on retrenchments

A tough economic climate continues to see numerous organisations restructuring and implementing retrenchments in an attempt to streamline operations and increase profitability. Retrenchments are often unexpected, and employers should take time to review the retrenchment…

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New frontiers in talent management

New frontiers in talent management

Use these four ideas to jump start your talent S-curve. Talent is the lifeblood of successful businesses, and talent management professionals play a vital role in meeting current and long-term business needs. However, the environment…

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“One company” strategy outsmarts competitors

“One company” strategy outsmarts competitors

Worldwide, CEOs are strategising how to create “one company”, where everyone thinks and acts in the best interests of the overall enterprise. One company strategies extend beyond increasing organisation-wide efficiency; CEOs aspire to channel their…