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Attracting talent from the outside will always be important, writes Insaaf Daniels, human capital director at redPanda Software.
The company says sponsorship is its way of recognising the strides HR professionals are making.
Diversified financial services business Sanlam Corporate is sponsoring the HR & Technology Award.
Awarding HR professionals who elevate organisational success is worth celebrating, says the organisation.
Excited to be part of the CHRO Awards again this year, GIBS will be sponsoring the Learning & Development Award for 2023.
The former chief sustainability officer of the group is now the chief people and culture officer at Sibanye-Stillwater.
The company is sponsoring the Strategy & Leadership in HR Award for 2023.
Laura James is now the head of human resources at Acciona Energía South Africa.
If data is the new oil, then HR analytics is the refinery that distils the resulting insights into liquid gold writes John Skelton, chief people officer The Capital Hotels, Apartments and Resorts and 2022 CHRO Awards nominee.
The Great Transition is a period of profound digital transformation where organisations worldwide learn to harness the true potential of both the data they generate daily – and the waves of technological innovation that break upon their shores with increasing frequency, writes Peter Turner, co-founder of Beeline Learn.
Tebogo will start in his new position on 1 October 2023.
Pamela Xaba is the founder of Nonkosi Creatives, and has over two decades of experience as a corporate HR professional. She is passionate about diversity and inclusion both in workspaces and society.
The value of a business living its culture does not just lie in attracting top employees, but in its ability to retain them, says Anne.
Embracing DEI principles can contribute to a more just, equitable, and prosperous society, writes Nelly Mohale, head of human capital at Decusatio.
Cindy Botha has been nominated for the 2023 CHRO Awards.
Leaders need to take charge in improving workplace mental health writes Sundrie Naidoo
Opila Moodley transitions seamlessly into the world of prestige beauty.
Helping teams innovate in a disrupted world will need agile strategies, writes Gadijah Dolan, head of HR at Payfast
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People director of large industries at Air Liquide Tshepisho Mahlangu speaks on championing transformation and impact through people-centric leadership.
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The CA turned talent chief says her accounting background helps her drive success through ethical leadership.
Conducting thorough employment and supplier background checks is crucial, writes Sameer Kumandan, managing director of SearchWorks.
Artificial Intelligence software can be a great tool to help your team upskill, but it has to be used responsibly, write Greg Fried and Jimmy Winfield, founders of skillfully.co.za.
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The group HR executive at ACSA is in the running for the CHRO of the Year.
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Leading HR execs shared the personal challenges that changed the way they approach wellness.
Attendees at CHRO Day hear that often the M&A itself doesn’t bring value; value is found in people.
Attendees hear why CHROs need a multidisciplinary approach in the age of AI.
Themed “Reimagining prosperity”, the 2023 CHRO Day is expected to deliver thought-provoking conversations and insights.
Unlocking workforce potential is critical for business success, writes Nelly Mohale, head of Decusatio Human Capital Solutions.
The company leverages tech to step into the gap that traditional methods of career advancement aren’t filling.
The global mining company has made several new appointments.
Chwayita joins the group of nominees up for the prestigious awards.
Theo Motshabi will be competing for the 2023 CHRO of the Year award.
EOH HR director Malisha Awunor is the latest addition to the 2023 CHRO Awards nominees.
The chief of people at Rectron joins the group of nominees for the prestigious awards.
The seasoned executive has been nominated for her experience in HR.
Cebile Xulu, people lead at Mondelēz International, speaks about nurturing talent on the continent.
Nedbank’s executive head for transformation and strategy Kershini Govender says transformation is more than just balancing the previously disadvantaged and the historically favoured.
The effects of an always on culture are detrimental to C-Suite HR executives mental wellbeing writes professional certified integral coach Trish Lees.
The chief people and culture officer of the Standard Bank Group is in the running for the 2023 CHRO Awards.
Being unplugged should not necessarily translate to being unproductive, writes Ruth Shogoe, HR executive at Maskew Miller Learning
The young leader will be responsible for leading the bank’s human capital department.
Former Heineken HR director Yvonne Tshepo Mosadi is the latest 2023 CHRO Awards nominee.
The long-time general manager of HR at Media24 is the latest addition to the list of nominees for the 2023 CHRO South Africa Awards.
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It was a mini-workshop on compassion fatigue that left everyone feeling rejuvenated and re-energised.
Clement aims to keep diversity a key focal point in his organisation this year.
Attendees hear that leaders shouldn’t consider people and business as separate things.
BlueSky Chief People Officer has been nominated for his experience in HR.
HR director of Clarins, Stephanie Fouche has been nominated for the 2023 CHRO Awards.
Tech and tools empower people to do their best work, writes Colin Erasmus, COO at Microsoft South Africa.
Managing the technology boundaries of your organisations will enable hybrid work success, writes Alan Turnley-Jones, CEO of Dimension Data.
The HR director at Weir Minerals Africa and Middle East is the latest addition to the list of nominees.
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The leader, who describes herself as a "hustler of note", will join the group of nominees up for the prestigious awards.
The company veteran will act in the role previously held by Pamela Xaba.
Sameera Mohamed, HR director of Microsoft South Africa, has been nominated for her contribution in HR.
Besa, who is also an ordained pastor, has more than 15 years of experience in senior leadership roles.
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Queen bee syndrome asserts that successful women leaders deliberately obstruct the opportunities and advancement of their female colleagues.
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The Quality Council for Trades and Occupations will affect companies with active skills development programmes.
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Handle employee processes fairly and with integrity, law firm advises.
The passionate leader is an established human capital professional with a career spanning more than a decade.
Here are some suggestions for the HR department to help team members to revitalise their current career while they still have the chance to find inspiration and a fresh joy for what they do.
The seasoned HR professional has effectively led HR functions across the globe, including Europe, Middle East, India, and Africa.
A contract of employment induced by employee fraud will be voidable at the instance of the employer.
Every decision must hold the human element at its centre.
It was through a happy accident that the HR leader’s career path into auditing changed.
Criminal record and qualification verification also remain high on recruiters’ radars.
Upskilling the workforce in the agricultural sector has been critical, says HR manager Cindy Nkgoeng.
Though the terms are close cousins, there are significant differences between upskilling and reskilling.
The HR veteran believes when you take care of people, they take care of business.
Candidate experience is increasingly becoming an important aspect of the hiring process.
Employees who volunteer are experiencing positive “side effects” in their professional lives.
Data shows workers requesting advance payments to cover commuting costs.
Finance minister Enoch Godongwana’s annual budget speech ushered in key changes for payroll.
Find your passion, work hard, walk confidently, and learn from those around you, she advises.
The HR leader has over 20 years experience in the automotive and FMCG industries.
Forbes confirms one of the top 10 HR trends for the 2022 workplace to be the upskilling of HR.
The highly qualified and experienced leader will pursue her passion of coaching and mentoring.
Demand for certain skills goes through lulls and booms, according to the Skills Development Corporation.
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The inherent risk of profit-centred and unethical practices remains high in the Next Normal.
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HR has to look at ways to harness age diversity to improve performance and retention.
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Smart bus platform Zeelo has joined the HR Indaba Network.
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Recent CCMA rulings have placed the divisive and emotive topic of unvaccinated workers in the spotlight.
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