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HR Management: Training & Development

This episode examines the processes involved in employee training and development. IU Southeast Instructor: Alysa Lambert
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Chris Gengan replied to sylvia hammond's discussion Training Layoff Scheme - who's failing who? in the group Industrial and Employment Relations
"I managed 3 TLS Projects and it was a painfull exercise but also at the same time beneficial to my company and the affected employees but you just have to 'stick' through the onerous processe. This process is dominated with lots of…"
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Des Squire replied to sylvia hammond's discussion Training Layoff Scheme - who's failing who? in the group Industrial and Employment Relations
" What more can I add to what Gill has said. I love Nicolene's idea also. In response to your question it is the minister and the SETA's who are failing. Like so many plans and good intentions - there is no follow through."
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Ryno Strydom replied to Ryno Strydom's discussion Urgently looking for Freelance Services SETA assessor and Moderator in the group Assessors & Moderators
"Hi, It is for accreditation purposes to begin with.Thank you"
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Des Squire replied to Ryno Strydom's discussion Urgently looking for Freelance Services SETA assessor and Moderator in the group Assessors & Moderators
"Hi Ryno, Do you need an assessor and moderator for accreditation purposes or for actual work in this area????"
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Ryno Strydom replied to Ryno Strydom's discussion Urgently looking for Freelance Services SETA assessor and Moderator in the group Assessors & Moderators
"Good day,   The units that we need covered are: 10985 - Conduct a disciplinary hearing  11286 - Institute disciplinary action    Can you do these? Also what rate and expectations do you have regarding this?   Thank you"
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Gill Connellan replied to sylvia hammond's discussion Training Layoff Scheme - who's failing who? in the group Industrial and Employment Relations
"I was a member of a SETA council when the Training Layoff Scheme was first introduced.  At the outset, the SETAs were very excited about the scheme because it provided a great opportunity for the SETAs to do something positive for their…"
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sylvia hammond replied to Heather Brown's discussion Rules for Teachers 1914 in the group Training Service Providers
"I do recall that female teachers would remain unmarried so that they didn't lose their housing allowance - that was also not so long ago.   So many things have changed for the better that we just take them for granted and forget just how…"
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Heather Brown replied to Heather Brown's discussion Rules for Teachers 1914 in the group Training Service Providers
"2 petticoats - why?  Do you wear them on top of each other?  In 1999, I started in Recruitment and we had to wear stockings.  Only during 2000 were we allowed to wear trousers and it had to be a suit.  That was in Sandton - not…"
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    CALL CENTER AGENT/RESEARCHER

    Started by Nicole van Eeden in Vacancies & Contracts for Work on Tuesday. 0 Replies

    Our Rivonia based client is looking for a dedicated call center researcher, who has work experience in the call center field.The incumbent will be responsible for targeted cold-calling, learning about a variety of different industries and making…Continue

    Media ignores important South African in reports of Sir Richard Attenborough death

    Started by sylvia hammond in Leadership and Management on Monday. 0 Replies

    In reporting on the death of Sir Richard Attenborough today, mention was made on international and South African TV programmes of Attenborough's excellent award-winning movie Gandhi.  But what about an important also award-winning South African…Continue

    Tags: black, campaigner, consciousness, leader, Biko

    Sales People Wanted

    Started by Michelle Shippel in Accreditation, training material, assessment on Monday. 0 Replies

    Looking for people to do sales for a communication company.For further information contact Michelle on: michelle@talkwell.co.zaContinue

    ASSESSOR WANTED

    Started by shepherd chihwehwete in Vacancies & Contracts for Work Aug 21. 0 Replies

    GreetingsDo you need the services of a CATHSSETA,ETDP SETA and SERVICES SETA registered assessor? If you are looking for someone to carry out assessments then, please e-mail me on :chihwehwete.shepherd@gmail.com or phone me on 084 281 8593.Below are…Continue

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    SA GRADUATES CONFIDENT ABOUT ENTERING THE WORKPLACE - PPS

    Posted by sharon snell on August 25, 2014 at 22:07 0 Comments

    SA GRADUATES CONFIDENT ABOUT ENTERING THE WORKPLACE – SURVEY

    21 August 2014:

    Results from the first ever PPS Student Confidence Index (SCI) have revealed that South African students are optimistic about entering the workforce on completing their studies. The PPS survey, conducted with approximately 170 students, revealed a 79% confidence level…

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    RHODES CYCLES FOR A CAUSE: RHODES HEALTH SUITE (GYM) CYCLATHON 2014

    Posted by Don Leffler on August 23, 2014 at 17:00 0 Comments

    Grahamstown: RHODES Health Suite (Gym) holds a Cyclathon each year to support a special cause. This year the Indoor Cycling team at Rhodes supported sufferers of muscle diseases such as motor neuron disease, muscle distrophy, muscle sclerosis, myasthenia gravis and others.…

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    Teacher Development gets support

    Posted by Don Leffler on August 23, 2014 at 16:48 0 Comments

    Teacher Development gets support

     

    NAPTOSA, the second largest Teacher Union, has put its weight behind SACE’s Teacher Development strategy.

     

    Government’s strategy to introduce a formal professional development programme for Teachers was implemented early this year. At last weeks KZN Naptosa Congress some 400 participants gave support for the teacher development system developed by…

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    Masculine- themed job adverts signal to women that they do not belong in that workplace

    Posted by sharon snell on August 22, 2014 at 0:45 0 Comments

     

    Employers may unknowingly be discouraging female job seekers from applying for jobs merely by the way their job adverts are worded. Masculine-themed words (such as competitive, dominate, and leader) present in job adverts can dissuade women from applying because they cue that women do not belong. These masculine themed job adverts often have a discriminatory effect, even though they do not have a discriminatory intent. This is…

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    Your purpose is your power

    Posted by Marilyn Jones on August 20, 2014 at 22:30 0 Comments

    You are on this planet for a very specific reason. To positively impact people the way that ONLY you can. This is your service to humanity. 

    It means finding and using your strongest talents.

    Where you are right now (your career) is part of your purpose. But it may also be a necessary step towards greater fulfilment.

    Your purpose is your passion and your power. It is the underlying driving force of your life. It gives your life meaning and direction. This driving force…

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    The death toll at the collapsed house in Alberton....

    Posted by Madivan van der Merwe on August 18, 2014 at 20:02 0 Comments

    ER24’s spokesperson Luyanda Majija said according to information they received there were 27 people on site when the building suddenly collapsed at the Meyersdal Eco Estate.

    Several were injured while at least nine died when the house which was being re-renovated collapsed.

    “There were 11 people with no injuries on site, two people were critically injured, two with moderate injuries and two with minor injuries and eight dead,” said Majija.

    Two of the people are…

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    A postgraduate business degree provides vital skills that can be applied in government, according to Dr Renosi Mokate, the Unisa Graduate School of Business (SBL) Executive Director and CEO.

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