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How to set and maintain healthy boundaries as a leader
Lumminos MD Julia Kerr-Henkel says setting boundaries is "vulnerable and brave work."
TERS fund payments halted following Auditor-General's recommendation
The temporary halt would enable the UIF to deal with the gaps identified by the Auditor-General
Clicks suspends two employees for controversial ad
Group CEO Vikesh Ramsunder has apologised for the ad, which sparked outrage across the country.
Pensioner arrested for theft of R1.7 million from UIF fund
This brings the number of people arrested for TERS fund-related fraud to 14
Health workers may get risk allowance
BusinessLive reports that government is considering a risk allowance for healthcare workers
The genesis and fruition of Altron OneTouch
Altron's Dolores Mashishi shares the tale of a remarkable digital transformation.
How Sun International HR director realised the importance of self-care
In a recent CHRO SA webinar, Verna shared how the Covid-19 pandemic had impacted her.
Motus Corporation: Michele Seroke
Michele Seroke, chief people officer at Motus Corporation, was appointed to her role on 1 July 2017.
Women share lessons on overcoming limitations in groundbreaking Community Conversation
Participants spoke openly about the challenges they've overcome as women leaders.
The three P's of effective ethical decision-making
Principia Advisory's Zaheera Soomar says ethical decision-making becomes even more important in times of crisis.
Prasa employee arrested for possession of stolen assets worth R2 million
IOL reports that two people have been arrested for possession of stolen Prasa assets.
4.6% of the SAPS workforce has contracted Covid-19
Affected officers have been temporarily housed in alternative accommodation.
Liquor ban will affect close to 1 million people's livelihoods
The liquor industry lost R18 billion in revenue during the previous nine-week ban.
High flyers: Experts weigh on what to do about weed in the workplace
South Africa's decriminalisation of cannabis use and possession is a sign that local legislation is catching up to other parts of the world but what does it mean for employers?
Igniting human potential is everything to Tiger Brands CHRO S'ne Magagula
"In my view, human resources is about connecting the art of possibility, individual and team potential with organisational performance. It is how innovation comes to life and that's what inspires me the most about leading change in an organisation like Tiger," says S'ne.
CHRO SA and CFO SA host webinar about fraud and fraudsters during Covid-19
Webinar explores the subject of fraud and corruption, and why instances are likely to escalate in a Covid-19 world where pressures of the economic downturn.
Understanding and coping with anxiety in a Covid-19 world
Profmed CEO Craig Comrie shares Dr Wilhelmina Erasmus's thoughts on the general state of mental health.
Sun International's Verna Robson on the importance of putting one's own oxygen mask on first
This week's CHRO Community Conversation focussed on the importance of self care.
Microsoft employees demand the cancellation of all contracts with the police
Employees also want productivity expectations to be relaxed amidst the ongoing civil unrest
The worst thing you can do is nothing, says LinkedIn's Chris Burgess
Speaking at this week's CHRO Community Conversation, Chris said organisations that don't communicate the manner in which they are managing Covid-19 crisis, will see the market define their narrative for them.
Mteto Nyati shares how Altron employees have been living the company's brand
Altron employees don't want to just innovate, they want to make a difference, says Mteto.
7 reasons why video calls are not a good idea for hiring top talent remotely
Talent Smith's chief business officer Roland Glass on why you shouldn't 'just do a video call'.
4 opportunities for brands during the upcoming period of recovery
Kantar's Jacqui Horsley: How brands should go about winning their share of consumers' diminished spending power.
Marketing leaders find common ground during first-ever Community Conversation
Hosted by CFO & CHRO SA, top marketers discussed the power of presence with expert Lori Milner.
Imagine what your employees must be going through
SAP Concur's Angelique Montalto on why organisations' duty of care is elevated in such times of crisis.
8 ways to improve your mindfulness
The Human Element's Elin Agodi offers techniques for cultivating compassion and gratitude.
Continue to engage with candidates that have been offered jobs
HR Company Solutions' Kristine da Silva says not to keep new yet unofficial hires in the dark.
Mr Price, EOH, Woolworths and Sappi first to move on salary cuts
Leadership teams, in particular, are taking significant pay cuts in response to Covid-19 impact.
Nehawu takes government to court over healthcare workers' working conditions
The union says workers are being forced to work without protective equipment and sanitisers.
Standard Bank head of human capital Sharon Taylor has mastered introverted leadership
Sharon's 29-year stint means she has shaped the people philosophies that define the bank today.
Lockdown leadership top of mind at first online CHRO SA summit
More than 50 HR leaders gathered to discuss life during and after coronavirus.
CHRO and CFO communities are stepping up in the time of Covid-19
CHRO South Africa MD Joël Roerig on finding new ways to bring executives together during social isolation.
Manage your expenses better with SAP Concur at the HR Indaba
SAP Concur specialises in providing travel and expense management services.
Talent is 'the great connector' for finance and HR, summit hears
Attendees heard how talent is the key differentiator between surviving and thriving in the era of disruption.
These CHRO partners want to see finance and HR collaborating more
Seven companies have thrown their weight behind the FinanceMeetsHR summit.
Former employee takes DigiOutbound to court over culture of toxic masculinity
Lisa Koopman's Facebook post about how women are allegedly sexually harassed and bullied at DigiOutbound went viral.
Be careful when dismissing workers on strike
Improperly handled, the breach of contract can have chilling results.
9 awkward workplace scenarios and how to deal with them
Here are some tips on how to navigate uncomfortable office conversations.
The year of AI and contingent workforces
Oracle's Rob Bothma explores what 2020 holds for employers and employees.
The difference between formal and informal disciplinary hearings
How to implement a code of good practice.
Crucial steps for future proofing your employees
Here's how to prepare your employees for the future while safeguarding your organisation's longevity.
Oracle South Africa: Queen Mokonoto
Queen joined Oracle SA in January 2017.
Microsoft South Africa named as the top company to work for in 2020
The Top Employers Institute has revealed the top 10 employers in the country.
SAPO to save R17m per month after rentrenching hundreds of employees
Salaries and perks drain over 70 percent of the SA Post Office's total revenue.
Purposeful storytelling leaves a long-lasting impression
Carel Nolte and Christelle Colman share two stories with impactful HR lessons.
HR leaders discuss what it takes to make a real difference
The key is to remember that the people you employ come from the communities you serve.
5 key skills for navigating office politics
Leadership and strategy consultant Niven Postma says if you don't do politics, politics will do you.
Old Mutual's Celiwe Ross and Nestle's Tania Hector reveal their biggest challenges
From wrong appointments and backfiring strategies to bad publicity, these CHROs share their lessons.
HR Indaba Africa 2019: Excel at Microsoft Excel with Excel Academy
Founder Dan Stillerman will be sharing some of the best-kept Excel secrets at the HR Indaba.
HR Indaba Africa 2019: Seidor Westrocon will be back with a better value propostion
Their attendance last year was more of a market research endeavour.
3 reasons why you need to know yourself before you can hope to manage others
First-time managers often discover that they need more than the technical skill to manage others successfully.
Coal sector abandons centralised bargaining process for wage negotiations
Trade unions will now have to negotiate deals with individual companies as opposed to pursuing a sector-wide wage agreement.
Google Hire to be shut down two years after it was launched
The applicant tracking system developed by Google will be 'sunset' on 1 September 2020.
The difference between employee engagement and employee enablement
Altron Karabina CTO Ryan Jamieson explains how SA companies can use the cloud to drive the latter.
ENSafrica's Lebitso Mokgatle on finding the HR sweet spot
She says society's culture of immediate gratification has had negative consequences on human behaviour.
Westrocon Seidor to again feature at the HR Indaba
The company that provides SMEs with SAP capabilities has returned as a partner for the event
Woolies' dismissal of HR officer that breached 'honesty policy' holds up in court
The employee was dismissed after trying to get herself a R35 discount for a pack of meat.
MTN Group CHRO Paul Norman on how employees became the focal point of their growth strategy
The group's global EX strategy highlighted superior employee experience as a critical business imperative.
Does HR within the public sector have an ethics problem?
News reports this year point to a weakness in the hiring policies of public sector organisations.
HR leaders shift their thinking about stress and wellbeing
Stress guru Richard Sutton highlights the science and opportunity of stress during scrumptious CHRO dinner.
How the election will impact HR in South Africa
Education is arguably the most pressing issue for a profession whose core focus is talent.
5 big misunderstandings about employer branding
Employer branding isn't only for recruitment purposes. Celeste Sirin highlights this and other misconceptions.
Time to re-think the impact of HR - Is the end coming??
HR expert Emma El-Karout reflects on how remarkably technology has impacted the way we work.
What is unfair discrimination really?
Dr Johannes Jacobus van der Walt deconstructs the meaning of discrimination in the South African context.
Summit gets executives thinking bigger
HR and finance professionals share ideas on big thinking and collaboration at Get Smart Summit.
Anthea Seafield has left the South African Post Office
The former SAPO Group Executive of Human Capital is now running her own consultancy.
Jeanett Modise appointed to top HR job at Sanlam Group
Jeanett is also a member of CHRO South Africa's advisory board.
Q& A with Paramount Group HR Director Martie Baumgardt
Martie's career journey has been tough, but at the centre of it all is empathy.
Engen's Chwayita Mareka on role models and the gift of feedback
The oil giant's General Manager for HR tells the story of how she found her passion.
Henley honours Pravin Gordhan's courage and "moral compass"
"We must all take up the challenge to fight institutionalised greed and corruption," said Henley Africa Dean Jonathan Foster-Pedley.
CHRO Summit: HR directors reflect on their career journeys
HR leaders shared career development lessons from their own experiences at the last CHRO summit for 2018.
CHRO SA to host summit on the importance of reflection and coaching
HR leaders and executive coaches will provide insights that will help you take the next step in your career.
There are some familiar names and faces among South Africa's top employers
Many of the companies that achieved the South African Certification have HR leaders that are members of the CHRO SA community.
HR Indaba 2018 Review: CHRO SA delivered on their promises, says Mirriam Magethi
Magethi Industrial Psychology Services may have signed up as a partner at the last minute but they were far from disappointed with the experience.
Sappi's Fergus Marupen comes from humble beginnings
Like Sappi itself, the story of its HR group head Fergus Marupen is one of deep roots, local seedlings and a steady progression to international success.
Migrating to digital documentation: Mediclinic business case at HR Indaba
Datacentrix's Gregg Naude chats about project implementation in session hosted by platinum sponsor SAP.
Productivity ninja Martijn Aslander gets Day 2 of HR Indaba of to a rocking start
He challenged HR professionals to incorporate technology and think differently about their roles.
HR Indaba 2018: Westrocon Seidor gives SMEs SAP capabilities
Westrocon head of sales Luis Dancuart says they use the SAP solutions platform and add our IP to create bespoke industry solutions that will best suit their client's needs.
BAT's Leslie Rance on leveraging global scale and technology
Leslie talks about the latest evolution of their HR model, the implementation of the company's integrated systems platform on SAP and the impact on their businesses.
Dimension Data's Michaela Voller on bots and other applications of HR tech
She says the HR profession is going through a tech-based evolution similar to what happened in the sales industry years ago.
Westrocon Seidor joins partner list for HR Indaba
Westrocon Seidor is a member of the Seidor group of companies.
HR Indaba Africa 2018: SAP can be a key factor towards achieving organisational success
SAP is helping every customer become a best-run business because now, more than ever, being the best means having a purpose and making a difference.
Sanlam Investments' Jeanett Modise joins the CHRO SA advisory board
The community is fortunate to have someone of her calibre advising them
HR Indaba will include a masterclass on how to build a successful HR career
Be sure to register for the event as there will be limited space available for this inside-look into what it takes to thrive in this profession.
Sanlam Investments' Jeanett Modise to speak at HR Indaba
Jeanett has recently become the CHRO of Sanlam Investments
Your racist comments on Facebook will get you fired!
Aadil Patel on how important it is to be careful about what you post on social media
Dishonesty in the workplace
Neil Coetzer, Partner at Cowan-Harper Attorneys, reflects on a case about employers' onus in dismissal disputes
Sanlam Investments: Jeanett Modise
Jeanett joined Sanlam Investments in February 2018
Culture, leadership and legacy systems
HR execs gathered on September 14 to share ideas around HR tech and the challenges that come with it
Human potential, according to a neuroscientist
Silicon Valley neuroscientist Dr Vivienne Ming believes technology must always make us better people
Mxolisi Mgojo on the future of work in Africa
Exxaro's CEO recently spoke at a summit about how businesses should prepare for the age of mechanisation and automation.
Liberty Holdings: Pumeza Bam
Pumeza has been with Liberty since 2015.
The value of intrinsic rewards
Industrial psychologist Phiona Martin explains why your employees are still demotivated even after that big bonus.
SAPPI: Fergus Marupen
Fergus has been with SAPPI since March 2015
The conflict condundrum
Conflict can be healthy or detrimental to organisational culture, depending on how it is managed.
Insider's guide to integrating acquired teams
A well-drilled team, acting in disciplined harmony and each performing their individual tasks within the greater strategy, will outperform any grouping of individuals. Here are three crucial factors to integrate acquired teams successfully.
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