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Complete parks for training and/ or accreditation to CHE,Please call 0815080195Or email. firstname.lastname@example.orgModules - Inclusive Education B (Educational Themes 306)- Reception Year And Foundation Phase Didactics- Reading, Writing And Spelling: First…Continue
For years the topic of assessing return on investment of training has been a controversial discussion with learning & HR practitioners.
The introduction of complicated and possibly unrealistic formulas for measuring training ROI has diverted the wrong focus on the end goal for assessing training ROI. The reality is that many SA organisations still…Continue
by Ingrid Ashwin
Before I even contemplate who’s responsible for talent management, I think it’s best to clarify the "what and why", "What is talent management" and "why do we need talent management?"
What is talent management?
In recent years, I’ve asked my clients how they define “talent management” and am yet to receive a common or clear definition. In fact, at times they are almost contrary. While…
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FUNDING FOR THE COURSES CAN BE ARRANGED ON YOUR…Continue
by Ivan Israelstam
You need to know that labour law is doesn’t exist in the statutes alone. Our labour legislation deals largely with broad legal principles but are, in many areas, sorely lacking when it comes to detail.
by Ryan Jenkins
Leaders are struggling to come to grips with the new generation of workers that’s occupying the 2013/2014 workplace. The mistake they’re making is believing that the highest priority of Millenials, is their pay packet. Those that continue to make this leadership mistake will get a nasty surprise.Why you ask? You’ll just have to keep reading…
The chart below is from a study done by Boston College’s Centre for Work…
by Portia Moyo
Considering that having women in the workplace has been a common occurrence since at least the 1960s, why do we still harp on about the issue? As long as women at all levels continue to express their dissatisfaction with working conditions, South African companies will have to address the issue of what they should do to make their workplaces more attractive to the fairer sex because, in short, is that it makes economic sense: research has shown that…Continue