Worth is South Africa's leading independent financial education company.
Companies should take advantage of habitual online learning
NEXT's Siphelele Kubheka says online learning will be second nature to the new generation of graduates.
Chinese bank employee slapped by executive for refusing to drink
The bank has issued an apology after the employee recounted his experience on social media.
7 steps for cultivating a coaching culture among leaders
Talent strategist Anja van Beek says leaders must be adaptive problem-solvers to guide teams well.
Marketing Conversation reveals advertising should be built around trust
Colleen Backstrom explains how marketers can use neuromarketing to build familiarity.
HR leaders tip their hats to JSE's groundbreaking parental leave policy
JSE HR director Donald Khumalo fielded questions about the policy in this week's Community Conversation.
Pivot or Persevere: Advice from a solutionist
Tracy Morris shares her story of succeeding in business by overcoming introversion. among other things.
McDonald's suing former CEO for misleading board about relationships with employees
McDonald's wants to recoup former CEO Steve Easterbrook's exit package valued at about $40 million.
Executive pay has more than doubled over the last eight years
Here are three interesting findings from Deloitte's latest executive remuneration report.
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.
Overcoming patterns of fear and fatigue to reinvigorate corporate SA
Lumminos MD Julia Kerr-Henkel says vulnerability can be a powerful tool for leadership.
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.
Consulting industry facing massive job cuts worldwide
According to Consulting.uk the global consulting industry will lose an estimated R475 billion because of the Covid-19 crisis.
4 tips for helping jobseekers in this tough climate
With job seekers 'on their knees', HR Company Solutions MD Madelein Hendrick explains how employers can help.
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.
Marketers Com Con reveals: Give the market a story, or it will define your story for you
Marketers should share their companies' stories on LinkedIn as people are noticing brand news more.
HR leaders weigh in on how to manage non-performance during lockdown
This week's Community Conversation was about how to balance empathy with the need to drive output.
Covid-19 requires more courage and less defensiveness
Julia Kerr Henkel, MD of Lumminos, encourages leaders to be brave enough to lean into their discomfort.
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.
Treat personal brands as an extension of your employer brand
Employer branding expert Celeste Sirin says candidates want real stories about the various personalities at work.
Former National Health Laboratory Service CEO's pension withheld
Alleged fraudster and former NHLS CEO Joyce Mogale will not receive her pension payout.
Ignore the upskilling and reskilling needs of the current workforce at your peril
Microsoft 4Afrika CTO Ryno Rijnsburger says continuous learning is the key to success.
Compliance Online supports CHRO Community in 2020
Compliance Online has thrown its weight behind CHRO South Africa with an associate partnership.
How Fedgroup gamified work to enhance the employee experience
Fedgroup CFO provides some detail around project PIG
5 mindset adjustments for a successful career in 2020
Lerato Mabiletsa's interpretation of Ray Dalio's principles for a prosperous life.
How investec, Nestlé and Estée Lauder drove flexible working in 2019
Three top HR leaders explain why flexibility was key to their strategy this year.
Resignation with immediate effect isn't as cut and dry as it sounds
Separate rulings on the matter confuse the issue.
Kempinski Hotels appoints Melissa Salibi as CHRO
Melissa joined Kempinski as the regional HR director for the Middle East and Africa in 2013.
Saray Khumalo: I climb alone with the hopes and dreams of many
The first African black woman to summit Mount Everest shared her motivations at the CHRO Awards.
Meet the 2019 CHRO Awards judges
The distinguished panel of judges is made up of HR and business experts from a range of industries.
How to advise employees facing retrenchment
A reminder on how to manage people during what is an increasingly common occurrence.
Shirley Zinn suddenly resigns as lead independent director of Shoprite
Some analysts believe her resignation is tied to Christo Wiese's continued tenure on the board.
Tuesday Consulting books front row seats for CHRO Awards
Director Wendy Spalding says they couldn't pass up on the opportunity to celebrate HR excellence.
How to manage your organisation's generation gap
Multiple generations are finding themselves in diverse teams where world outlooks and values collide.
Is it perhaps time to start thinking about talent sharing?
Unlike job sharing, talent sharing could be an effective flexible work arrangement.
Getting to the job might be as important as getting the job
Alexander Forbes researchers say transport costs are a huge challenge for employees.
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.
Resilience Institute's Njabulo Sithole makes the connection between resilience and ROI
She says resilient workplaces improve productivity, creativity and overall well-being.
HR Indaba hears about 3 types of employees and how to manage them
Ster Kinekor's Sifikile Zondi explained what you should be doing with your pirates, passengers and paddlers.
Frank conversations about leading digital change in the digital workspace at the HR Indaba
HR executives Brigitte da Gama, Elaine Kruger and Dennis Khanye discuss digitisation successes and failures.
HR Indaba Africa 2019: Worth got their money's worth last year
The financial education company was more than happy with their return on investment.
Shirley Zinn and Ndivhu Nepfumbada on leading your CEO
They share experiences on what it takes to lead the leader of your organisation.
The partners have spoken: 5 great reasons to exhibit at HR Indaba Africa 2019
In case you were on the fence about signing up, here's what some returning partners have had to say about last year's event.
Manpower report shows SA employers are not too keen on hiring for Q4
A few employers, however, do expect a rise in payrolls.
HR Indaba Africa 2019: Parallel Software goes wherever the recruiters are
The company sells and supports Placement Partner, a well-known recruitment management system.
Donald Khumalo on transformation, the power of competition and 'The JSE Way'
Donald was mentored by some of the country's foremost business leaders.
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.
SA sitting on a skills bomb, says Syspro CHRO Terence Moolman
Terence began his working life as a till operator at Woolworths.
Working wonderwomen share dinner and advice they can ACT on
Women took time out to talk about how to better thrive in both business and personal life.
Investec's Lesley-Anne Gatter reveals rationale behind new flexible leave and dress code policy
Investec staff can take flexible leave days and choose how to dress.
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.
Shirley Zinn appointed to Spurs board
Shirley is also a member of the CHRO SA advisory board
How to convince your c-suite counterparts to implement people analytics.
Talent acquisition expert Elmen Lamprecht says most CEOs don't seem to understand the need for people analytics.
Understanding the workplace generation gap
Strategy consultant Bruce Msimanga unpacks the values and attitudes of different generations in today's workplaces.
Worth will again feature at HR Indaba Africa 2019
Worth has taught over 40 000 South Africans how to manage their money better.
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.
How unfair dismissal compensation is calculated
Labour Law expert Ivan Israelstam outlines the factors that influence compensation amounts.
4 key traits of leaders of the future
Agile talent strategist Anja Van Beek lists four characteristics that are crucial for leaders in 2019 and beyond.
Be present when handling retrenchments, says BHBW's Malisha Awunor
Malisha discusses her approach to what has been the most challenging aspect of her profession.
When mass retrenchments go wrong
Baker McKenzie's Tracy Robbins explains why the constitutional court ordered Woolworths to reinstate retrenched workers.
3 reasons to consider reviewing your payroll solution
Payroll expert Bruce van Wyk on why companies should evaluate their payroll solution provider before renewing their annual licence fee.
HR Indaba 2018 Review: Price points were a big plus for Aspiration Software
Aspiration Software founder Brian Fenton offers feedback on what he thought was overall, an excellent event.
Why do South African executives want to relocate?
Research from Jack Hammer shows that executives are increasingly considering leaving the country.
LMS101: Learning management systems debunked
Skypiom MD Thomas Kritzer explains why traditional LMS models offer little to no value.
Absa appoints Dr Roze Phillips as Group Chief People Officer
Roze, who holds a medical degree and an MBA, has extensive experience on boards of directors.
Four steps to unleash potential: hope and inspiration from Marlon Parker
The founder of RLabs, Marlon Parker, wants you to unleash the potential of your employees.
Relationships are your most useful tool in the boardroom #hrindaba18
HR industry stalwarts Sandy Mohonathan and Shirley Zinn stress the importance of aligning with key board members.
TFG's Senta Morley on the value of early engagement
She says that, as soon as people have been engaged, they start talking to each other and preparing for change.
HR Indaba Africa 2018: Think-Career offers talent acquisition solutions that transform the hiring experience
Think-Career delivers a seamless and streamlined hiring experience using social recruiting, digital recruiting and mobile-friendly recruiting that is scalable.
HR Indaba Africa 2018: Worth specialises in providing financial education to employees
The company educated just over 40,000 South Africans on how to manage their money in order to grow their wealth.
Adams and Adams HR director Marge Mantjie on rolling out HR in Africa
There's no magic pill that you can give to people to make them adopt any given corporate culture, says Marge.
WORTH to feature among HR Indaba partners
Worth has provided financial education to more than 40,000 South Africa, offering lessons in both English and isiZulu.
8 tips for getting people analytics right
Origin Wines HR Director Brandon Gillham takes us through People Analytics 101.
LexisNexis signs up for HR Indaba
LexisNexis is a leading global provider of content-enabled workflow solutions to professionals.
Old Mutual Emerging Markets: Anisha Archary
Anisha has been with Old Mutual Group since October 2009.
Sun International's Verna Robson says best practice HR models aren't always applicable
She says HR must find solutions that are specifically effective for the business and industry that it operates in.
3 keys to HR transformation
An HR revamp can bring in useful data for better business decisions, smoother operations, and more productive employees
Social media recruiting is no longer optional
Industrial Psychologist Phiona Martin explains why social media recruiting is important and how to get it right.
The crucial difference between leading and managing
Don't promote individuals without making sure they can make the distinction between leading and managing.
5 keys to motivating millennials
How to manage Gen Y employees.
Shirley Zinn joins CHRO SA advisory board
The community is fortunate to have someone of her calibre advising them
Dishonesty in the workplace
Neil Coetzer, Partner at Cowan-Harper Attorneys, reflects on a case about employers' onus in dismissal disputes
The issue of 'Diploma Mills' rears is ugly head, again.
This time in the UK
Managing the impact of organisational change on employees
The uncertainty of change often creates stress and anxiety for employees
Woolworths: Melanie Naidu
Melanie Joined Woolworths in MArch 2008
Truworths: Mark Smith
Mark joined Truworths in September 2009
Omnia Group: Khabo Ramoupi
Khabo joined Omnia in 2013
Woolworths Holdings Limited: Caryn Katsikogianis
Caryn was appointed as Woolworths' Chief People Officer in November 2016.
Boosting employee morale
Use personal and symbolic recognition to keep your people motivated
Human potential, according to a neuroscientist
Silicon Valley neuroscientist Dr Vivienne Ming believes technology must always make us better people
Are you optimising the return on your Human Capital?
HR expert Tim Southey says unconventional wisdom is required in tough times
Are you Linked-In?
3 reasons why c-suite executives need to have an up to date profile.
The value of intrinsic rewards
Industrial psychologist Phiona Martin explains why your employees are still demotivated even after that big bonus.
7 tips for starting a peer-learning program
According to CHRO SA sponsor Workday
The future of HR is at the human-technology interface
In a world that is becoming more techno-centric as we transition into the digital age, TomorrowToday's Ray de Villiers* discusses the future of human-centric aspects of businesses.
HR execs, wake up! Five ways to stay relevant
For too long HR has been typified by complacency and lethargy, but disruption is upon us. The new world of work requires a wake up call. In this exclusive Insight article TomorrowToday's Ray de Villiers* outlines five areas of improvement for CHROs to stay relevant.
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