Dear Twenty Somethings, here’s twenty interview do’s and don’ts.
As the last case-study on the ‘War on Talent Series’ I sat down with the best dynamic duo since milk & cookies; Sekayi (kayi) and Tukiya (kii) Fundafunda, and discussed their survival tactics on the war on talent.
Have you ever wondered why people in HR do what they do and more importantly how they know if they have achieved it? HR Metrics help us have a better understanding the Return on Investment of Human Capital Initiatives.
The war on talent isn’t over yet. Welcome to the fourth article on the War on Talent, to […]
This is the third article on the War on Talent Series. I sat down with the vivacious Gwendoline Williams, to find out how she turned a recreation into talent.
This is the second article on the War on Talent Series. I sat down with the formidable Mafipe Chunga, to find out how he was not only surviving the war on talent, but quite frankly flourishing.
People being an organisations greatest asset is highly dependent on the people. This need, but lack of talent has brought about ‘the war on talent.’ This series of articles will ensure you not only survive the war on talent, but thrive.
The oldest millennials are now in their mid-30’s. They’ve been in the workplace for over a decade. Meanwhile, ‘Generation Z’ are joining the workforce in entry level positions. What does this mean? Find out in my latest article.
I was reading a book on organizational behavior and came across Type A and B personality types. I couldn’t help but laugh at how ‘Type A’ I was. I thought you might find it insightful or just have a laugh figuring out what your type is.