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Automated payroll puts employees in control of their information

A LEADING South African pharmaceutical company continues to reap the benefits of its 2011 decision to replace the organisation’s existing payroll system with Remunerate,...

Two key risks to focus on when preparing for a B-BBEE verification

IF done incorrectly, B-BBEE verification can have a major impact on the empowerment status of the organisation and it may either end up with...

Mere compliance is not sufficient for EE plan and report

EXPERT ADVICE | By January 15, 2023, businesses are required to submit their employment equity reports outlining the progress they are making in implementing...

Outsourced background checks thoroughly verify job candidates before it’s too late

BACKGROUND checks reduce a company’s risk for reputational damage and criminal activities such as fraud and theft. They can also verify information on an...

Turnkey temporary employment service solutions can help IPPs get off the ground fast

By Viren Sookhun, Managing Director at Oxyon RESOLVING South Africa’s current energy crisis is paramount, and the President’s new action plan is aimed at adding...

High demand for health and safety managers

IN the next five years, inspectors from the Department of Employment and Labour will visit 389 000 workplaces across South Africa. Employment and Labour minister...

Talent survey reveals changes in South Africa’s employment landscape

EMPLOYER branding agency Universum Global has released its 2022 report on the South African talent landscape, the Universum Talent Survey.  The survey collects data...

Global logistics company helps young people gain workplace experience

RHENUS Logistics South Africa will give 15 young people the opportunity to gain much-need work experience in 2022 as part of their ongoing involvement...

10,000 young people in line for Energy sector training

SCHNEIDER Electric, Agence Française De Developpement (AFD) and the South African Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) have partnered to invest in South...

Garage shop alcohol sales: poor enforcement, not convenience is the problem

By Rhys Evans SOUTH Africa’s problem with alcohol has been starkly highlighted against the backdrop of the country’s COVID-19 pandemic response, which included a complete...

Transport sector skills shortage a ‘huge opportunity’ for qualified drivers

The transportation industry like most sectors is still reeling from the effects of the pandemic and a contraction of the economy. However, as the...

Why outsourcing is not labour broking

By Jamie Louw THE job market in South Africa can be classified into economies: The Real Economy and the Parasite Economy. In the Real Economy,...

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R3.4bn multimodal Bayhead terminal a leap in the right direction for Durban Port

THE 640,000 sqm Newlyn PX Bayhead Rail Terminal was officially opened by President Cyril Ramaphosa on a visit to eThekwini on 4 April. It...

Sites on the N3 to be first in network of off-grid electric truck charging stations

ZERO Carbon Logistics, a subsidiary of Zero Carbon Charge, is developing 120 solar PV electric truck charging sites on national highways across South Africa....

President praises upgraded Pinetown packaging plant

ON a visit to KwaZulu-Natal on 4 April, President Cyril Ramaphosa officially reopened Tetra Pak’s plant in Pinetown following an upgrade and expansion programme...

Tapping into young STEM potential in eThekwini

THE Water and Sanitation Unit of eThekwini Municipality hosts a biennial student conference to raise awareness in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and...