Talent

Cracking the code to keeping talent

Brett van Aswegen, CEO of short-term lending company Wonga, shares how he is working on creating a company culture that encourages his team to find motivation from within.

CHRO Dinner discusses what to do with the seat at the table

So, as a CHRO, you have a seat at the executive table, now what do you do with it? This was the question posed by HR leaders at a recent CHRO Dinner, as they tried to outline how best to bring value to the profession.

The rise of the greats sparks transformation in the workplace

The post-Covid landscape has changed the world of work significantly, as companies adapt to the Great Resignation, Great Reawakening, Great Reshuffle and Great Unretirement. It’s all the more prudent for HR strategies to evolve and adjust to The Greats.

Hello weekend: Downtime with CHROs

From exploring the country to relaxing with a book and a good glass of wine, CHROs share how they like to spend their weekends.

Unpacking tall poppy syndrome

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.

Bobo Mngxali: leading transition with purpose

Bobo Mngxali, the head of people and culture at Roche Diagnostics, says it is crucial to be resilient and passionate about the job to be successful in a transition.

The weekend read

Leading HR executives share their current and most impactful reads.

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