Unilever ensures sustainability through various product brands.
Crafting future-fit career plans at Unilever
Unilever’s Natasha Tilakdharee explains how the pandemic affirmed that ‘people with a purpose’ do thrive.
Leaders from Workday, Unilever and Webber Wentzel talk return-to-work strategy
CHRO SA hosted a webinar on how best to approach returning to the workplace.
Wayne Hoare leaves RCL Foods to join InterContinental Hotels Group
Wayne joins IHG after eight years as the CHRO at RCL Foods.
Join the CHRO SA webinar on how to go about returning to 'normal'
Experts from Workday, Unilever and Webber Wentzel will share tips on how best to plan, evaluate, reopen, and reinvent your organisation.
PPC: Phindokuhle Mohlala
Phindokuhle Mohlala, group executive HR at PPC, joined the company in April 2017.
A little vulnerability can go a long way, says Unilever's global employer brand manager Hyren Peterson
Hyren's LinkedIn post, in which he admits to making many mistakes in his career, went viral.
Unilever's Mechell Chetty on setting big, hairy, audacious goals
The story behind Mechell's decision to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
Unilever achieves equal representation of women and men in leadership roles
The FMCG giant reached its gender balance target a year ahead of schedule.
Workday becoming increasingly popular among SA's big corporates
Workday has signed up as the only diamond partner for HR Indaba Africa 2020.
3 examples of how to tap into employees' purpose in 2020
ENSafrica's Lebitso Mokgatle, Cell C's Juliet Mhango and Unilever's Mechell Chetty on how to make that connection.
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.
These four companies are supporting HR excellence
Hats off to Workday, Oracle, Momentum Consultants and Actuaries, and ClarkHouse Human Capital.
Unilever introduces 'haven leave' for victims of domestic violence
Employees will now have 10 leave days to seek legal, residential, medical and psychological assistance.
Meet the 2019 CHRO Awards nominees
Less than a month to go before SA's HR heavy-weights come together for the inaugural CHRO Awards.
HR should be at the centre of your digital transformation journey
Workday's Mark Judd showed Indaba attendees how technology is changing what HR teams do.
Unilever's Mechell Chetty nominated for CHRO Awards
For Mechell, 'purpose' is the key to success in life and in business.
G4S HR and Health and Safety Director for Africa Trishana Maharaj nominated for CHRO Awards
Trishana heads up HR for one of the continent's largest employers.
HEINEKEN's Njabulo Mashigo nominated for CHRO Awards
Njabulo joined the dutch beer company as the HR director of HEINEKEN South Africa in 2015.
HR Indaba Africa 2019: HRTorQue Outsourcing offers practical HR solutions
Director Jonty Aitken explains how exactly they are able to offer something to everybody.
Vodacom CHRO Matimba Mbungela nominated for CHRO Awards
Matimba has been the custodian of Vodacom's people agenda since 2014.
Groundbreaking humanoid robot Sophia is coming to Johannesburg
She will be taking selfies and talking disruption at the Duke CE Davos of Human Capital 2019.
Unilever Africa's Mechell Chetty on the pursuit and power of purpose
For her, it is the key to unlocking human potential in order to drive meaningful business success.
SA students rank top 100 employers by sector
Universum SA surveyed students' career goals and views on the country's top employers.
Workday's Human Capital Management solution making waves in South Africa
Co-president Chano Fernandez shares how their "happy workers, happy customers" principle is driving growth.
Old Mutual Wealth: Nkululeko Madonko
Nkulu joined Old Mutual Wealth in October 2017.
Unilever: Leena Nair
Leena has been with Unilever since 1992.
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.
Discovery's Trevor Kunda on grooming the leaders of the future
Trevor believes more effort should be put into developing leaders capable of weathering these trying and uncertain times.
Unilever CHRO Leena Nair on how to ignite the Human Spark
It's all about purpose, well-being, empathy and finding the best way to get your message across to fellow executives.
HEINEKEN SA's HR Director Njabulo Mashigo is a stickler for the basics
She sees the modern HR function as strategic, and herself as an enabling partner to business.
Tswelo Kodisang joins Discovery
Tswelo Kodisang is the new Chief People Officer after four years as CHRO at Tiger Brands.
Tiger Brands' Tswelo Kodisang believes in attracting the right talent from the onset
Even if that means hiring much younger candidates who can be groomed into leaders
Unilever: Mechell Chetty
Mechell has been at Unilever for over 18 years.
Dis-Chem Pharmacies: Saul Lever
Saul joined Dis-Chem in 2008
CHRO meets Trevor Kunda
"HR is about understanding the context and the environment that you are in," says Trevor.
Vodacom: Matimba Mbungela
Matimba Mbungela has been with Vodacom since 2003.
Vodacom's Matimba Mbungela invites all HR directors to CHRO SA
Unlike most human resource practitioners who unexpectedly stumble into their careers, Vodacom's Chief Human Resources Officer Matimba Mbungela has had his heart set on HR since the beginning of his working life.
Train and retain: CHRO SA meets BAT SA Head of Talent Candice Watson
Candice Watson, Southern Africa Area Head of Talent at British American Tobacco (BAT), has garnered a lot of experience as an executive-level human resources professional in a short space of time. Since September 2014, she has been the HR partner at Lenovo, HR director for Sub-Saharan Africa at Pernod Ricard and now at BAT, where she has been for three months.
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