Its almost been a month since the the The Employment Code Act No.3 of 2019 was enacted and the employment community is still buzzing with rumors of what it all means. Join me in this 8-10 part series to find out what it all means.
You may or may not have heard but we have a new Employment Code Act. I haven’t sufficiently gone through it yet, so there is no analysis by me (YET) but in case you’d like to have a read through you can download it using the link below.
‘Burnt out, overwhelmed and out of alignment.’ That, was my narrative when I approached the 5 amazing women featured in this article. Like the old adage goes ‘it takes a village’ and my goals & ambitions were my proverbial child. Thus I went to my ‘village’ and they did not disappoint, they never do. This is what I came back with.
Meet Mubanga, Mubanga has theoretical knowledge about sales and is excited to do her job, but she doesn’t know how to handle difficult clients. Also Meet Choolwe. Choolwe has theoretical knowledge about sales and he knows how to apply it, clients always feel comfortable around him unlike Mubanga. But Choolwe is perpetually late and sometimes takes naps in the break room. Should we be managing their performance in the same way?
Does the phrase ‘people skills’ in a job ad drive fear down spine, odds are you’re not the most extroverted of people. Find out how other introverts are navigating their extroverted worlds in this article.
A week ago, I invited you to make 2019 HR predictions with me. Find out which 10 made the cut.
The Ministry of Labor and Social Security announced the that the minimum wage(s) had been increased, with immediate effect. This announcement was met with excitement, uproar and confusion, but what does it all mean?
Employability is a set of achievements skills, understandings and personal attributes. It’s the difference between being good at a subject and being good at doing a job.
I’m assuming you have Facebook account and you have probably noticed the memories notifications, where Facebook feels the […]
Photo Cred (The phone rings. Mary: “Good afternoon, [reception]. How can I—” Flustered Client: “Hello, I requested numerous items that […]