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The SABPP Ethics Committee is currently rewriting the SABPP ethics guidebook to ensure that the contents remain current. The committee members are looking for an expert in employment equity, who is familiar with the recent legislative changes, and…Continue
New matriculants and other school leavers are vulnerable to making poor choices in their further studies. This is partly because of the very complicated nature of the further education system. The various paths that a young person can take through…Continue
The SABPP recently released draft HR Application Standards - if you were unable to attend the roadshows or missed the release altogether you can still access - and comment on - the draft standards.CEO Marius Meyer asks:"Please click…Continue
Maybe thinking about Thinking is tough. If you read this blog you will agree. Not for the faint hearted! However, we are all victim to our thinking, and need to think about what we allow ourselves to think, as it is the very essence that creates our…Continue
Metropolitan Life: Parc du Cap - Metropolitan Auditorium,Cnr. Mispel & Durban Road Bellville The SABPP Western Cape Committee is hosting its first event!Please join us for a breakfast and take advantage of the opportunity to hear from an…Continue
With the many legislative changes and developments in the skills development and training arena, and the recognition by SAQA of SABPP as the professional body for human resource management, this alliance is set to benefit practitioners and…Continue
South African industry has suffered approximately 18 years of outcomes-based assessment (OBE). Experience has left me wondering whether we have learned anything of note about assessing learners. What follows are some thought provokers relating to…Continue
Cabangile Sithole the Regional Human Resources Manager for NAMPAK in the Western Cape, is a member of the Western Cape SABPP Committee. Recently CEO Marius Meyer presented her with her Chartered Human Resources Practitioner (Generalist) (CHRP)…Continue
Dear ColleaguesI am very proud of the 3 day workshop we have developed to address some of the more relevant discipline related issues in the SA workplace. We have a very experienced part time CCMA Commissioner facilitating this workshop at probably…Continue
Marius Meyer, SABPP CEO has provided the attached thought-provoking article on Workers Day.Your thoughts, comments and opinions - in support and against are invited.…Continue