A month ago, the face of Labour Laws in Zambia changed with The Employment Code (Exemption) Regulations, 2020 which basically exempts certain classes of employees from specific laws in The Employment Code Act No.3 of 2019. Checkout my latest article to find out more.
A strong work ethic, a focus on continual progress and a desire to see more of the world took Apoorva Mehrotra from his start in fast moving consumer goods in his native India to MD of Airtel Zambia. He shares his journey and vision for Airtel in this exclusive interview with Musonda Kambikambi..
Over 2 months ago I embarked on an amazing journey of Employee Satisfaction in Zambia, find out where it lead me in this article.
The Employment Code Act No.3 of 2019 provides for the Hiring of Expatriates. Find out how here.
What you need to know about The Employment Code of 2019: Overtime – Part 6
What you need to know about The Employment Code of 2019: Probation – Part 5
Gratuity has always been a bit of a sore subject. Some organisations give it, others don’t. Some give 5%, others give 30%. Who decides!?
Welcome to part 2 of what you need to know about The Employment Code of 2019, where I explore Annual, Maternity, Paternity and other types leave.
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.
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?