The two new tax bills are already causing a stir over the proposed amendment that South Africans working abroad will no longer be exempt from double taxation. However, there are several other amendments that will affect employers and employees, and have an impact on other labour-related legislation.
Tarryn Atkinson 1 day ago
SA Tourism has teamed up with the Future Group hosting the inaugural Holiday Expo, an experiential showcase, to ensure that SMMEs in the tourism industry get the opportunity to market and showcase their businesses
The Standard Chartered Goal Programme hosted ‘Beyond Girls' Education Global Summit 2017', which highlighted the best practices and opportunities to support adolescent girls and young women with confidence, knowledge and skills to ensure they have the opportunity to fulfil their economic potential
21 African social entrepreneurs have been named winners in the Resolution Social Venture Challenge. Impact evaluation data shows that an average of 3,200 community members benefits per fellowship awarded
Recent appointments of well-known CEOs in South African boardrooms raises questions as to the factors possibly influencing board decision making and whether internal processes, such as succession planning, are working effectively
Many business owners are well-equipped to manage the financing and human resource requirements of growth. However, growth when not properly managed could become an Achilles heel for the business
Monetary Library 2 days ago
Suspended SABC chief financial officer James Aguma's legal representative has argued that additional charges brought against his client at his disciplinary hearing are pure victimisation
Neo Goba 3 days ago
With the fourth industrial revolution, entirely new jobs and careers now exist, and it may be time for business leaders and decision makers to review their dated notions that any candidate with a degree is ‘better' or ‘more employable' than one without
Many commentators have questioned the fairness of executive packages, highlighting the disparity in remuneration between CEOs and workers and calling for greater regulation of those salaries and benefits
Mining Charter III has been mired in controversy since before its publication and is the subject of litigation
Kate Collier and Jonathan Veeran 3 days ago
In recognition of eStudy's accomplishments in the e-learning sector, CrossKnowledge has awarded them with the award for “Most Innovative Offer” as part of their Partner of The Year Awards
Customer experience management utilises user experience, customer satisfaction and value-add and will be the next ‘big thing' for businesses looking to exploit multiple channels of communication that link the customer
The Department of Labour has welcomed a CCMA ruling which states that Uber drivers are fully protected by the South African labour laws
A recent Labour Appeal Court case reviewed whether the employee was unfairly dismissed after his appointment letter was automatically terminated because of a provision stating that his offer of employment was conditional on a positive outcome of a vetting process
Andre Van Heerden and Jacques van Wyk 18 Jul 2017
Perhaps the hardest part about being a small startup is that, from the very beginning, you have to compete on the same level as all of the big fish. You have to prove that you are just as worthy of a client's attention and dollars as your more established competitors. This is difficult enough for the big fish themselves, but for a new and tiny startup with a tinier budget? What are you supposed to do? How do you make a name for yourself when you can't spend as much as your competitors?
As more people ditch the stressful nine to five work life in search of more freedom and self-empowerment, they're following in the footsteps of their mentors. If you're one of those people, it's wonderful that you've found your way out of the corporate rat race in pursuit of loftier goals. Now you need some strategies to shift you deeper into success.
SAN FRANCISCO, USA: Microsoft said Thursday it was cutting an unspecified number of jobs amid reports the US tech giant was reorganising its global sales operations.
A clean environment is one of the many great factors that contribute to the success of every business. It is very beneficial to the employees as it enables them to feel more comfortable in the work environment and carry out their work faster. It also attracts clients to the ever-tidy business premises.
Naija Writers’ Coach 3 Jul 2017
Statistics show that 20 percent of the small businesses do not know what health benefits should be offered to employees. This is a shame since health insurance should always be a top priority for every single company out there. Even if you just hire employees for seemingly safe jobs like with Book Taxi Paris you have to offer something that makes working for your company as attractive as possible.