Entries by Dawie Hanekom

Simplifying cross border skills deployment

Simplifying cross border skills deployment In a global skills crisis, access to talent has become critical to organisational growth and success Organisations are facing a talent crisis. The 2019/20 Hays Global Skills Index found that the skills crisis is deepening due to a widening gap between the skills that talent have and the skills that […]

Burned out and isolated. Should the company care?

Burned out and isolated. Should the company care? Employees have been hard at work since the lockdown started but the isolation and long hours are starting to take their toll. At first, the lockdown added some notable benefits to the employee’s life. They didn’t have to sit in traffic for hours. They could wake up […]

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No work. No pay. The COVID-19 Salary Crisis

No work. No pay. The COVID-19 Salary Crisis. Companies have been facing tough decisions over the past few months, particularly those with employees who cannot work during the crisis The South African lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on industry, market and business. Many organisations were unable to open or function […]

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Best practice for back to work in the pandemic

Best practice for back to work in the pandemic COVID-19 introduces regulatory and ethical challenges to companies and employees returning to work Stringent regulations and careful planning define the approaches of organisations and employees returning to the workplace in the pandemic. Employers have to prepare the work environment in line with existing regulations and must […]

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The Ethical Implications of Employee Tracking

The Ethical Implications of Employee Tracking Remote work. Remote people. And a complete lack of visibility. At what point does the company start watching? Picture this. A busy office, people bustling. A few are in the kitchen grabbing a coffee and a catch-up, some are in meetings, others are sitting at their desks typing or […]

Violence and Harassment get into Government Gazette

Violence and Harassment get into Government Gazette On 20 August 2020 the South African government published a draft code of good practice for the prevention and elimination of violence and harassment. This draft policy, published by the Minister of Employment and Labour, focuses on numerous elements pertaining to violence and harassment, many of which are […]

Setting up for the new normal

Setting up for the new normal  The world is changing its approach to work and business, but this doesn’t mean an end to efficiency and growth. It’s a time when the world is busy defining a new normal. A new way of working, living and engaging that’s shifting the boundaries of work and the limitations […]

Generation R

Generation R The global pandemic has kickstarted the growth of an entirely new generation, and it has nothing to do with age… If anyone were to try to guess which generation was most likely to thrive in the pandemic lockdown, other than Generation X, few would have thought it would be the much-maligned Boomers. Even […]

Opportunity doesn’t knock, anymore

Opportunity doesn’t knock, anymore The global pandemic has had a magnificent impact on industry, economy and organisation There is an old saying that goes, “listen when opportunity knocks”. Today, in the wake of the global pandemic, opportunity isn’t so much knocking as knocking about. It’s there, but organisations have to go out and find it. […]

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