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CRS advocates SCARF

CRS advocates SCARF to switch on business and engage employees

CRS Technologies supports the SCARF model to employee engagement as an effective means to boost productivity, agility and operations within a digital business.
Faking your qualifications is now a criminal offence

Faking your qualifications is now a criminal offence

Falsifying credentials is a great deal more serious than some may believe. It’s not just about mischievously deceiving a potential employer, playing a role to achieve an end, or simply a clever form of con-artistry – actually this scourge on South Africa’s already-pressurised economy is costing the country dearly, and now those found guilty of faking qualifications can be prosecuted.
Government’s NHI plan – like it or not, there are implications

The new Government NHI plan – like it or not, there are implications

The new Government NHI plan – if you like it or not, there are implications It is fair to say that South Africa’s National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill 2019, introduced to the National Assembly on 8 August, is a contentious issue and remains…

The day women got out of the kitchen and changed history

National Women’s Day has nothing to do with honouring women simply because they are female. Rather, it is about celebrating the bravery of 20 000 South African women who challenged the stereotype that they are politically incompetent and…
Addressing global payroll management

Addressing global payroll management

Managing payroll is a complex undertaking, driven by a country’s regulatory environment. When it comes to doing this on a global scale, however, the business must address the myriad of tax regulations in all the jurisdictions in which it operates, says Ian McAlister, General Manager at CRS Technologies.
New parental leave law

New parental leave law and what it means for your business

It is common knowledge that South African businesses have had to endure uncertainty over new legislation governing leave, particularly when it comes to planning for its impact on the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) system.

Why Outsource your HR?

The business case for outsourcing the HR function is straightforward – it provides any-sized business with a dependable resource that can be used to effectively manage HR with less cost, less risk and less pressure on resources, if you have the right partner on board.
The gender pay gap – inequality continues to impact human resources

Gender pay gap inequality still impacts human resources

Human resource and human capital management experts agree – the fact that women are generally paid less than men in the workplace has a detrimental effect on society.  As one academic put it – “unfair pay practices perpetuate societal inequalities and keep families in poverty”.
Access to a tax advisory service during tax season adds value

Access to a tax advisory service during tax season adds substantial value

Access to a tax advisory service adds value in a substantial manner during the annual tax season. We all know the drill by now… around this time of the year, tax season, businesses have to ensure compliance with SARS legislation governing…
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News on Kenya’s National Housing Development Fund

The latest news about Kenya’s National Housing Development Fund (NHDF) is that its implementation has been delayed. On Monday 27 May 2019 the implementation of the NDHF levy was extended by the Employer and Labour Relations Court, which effectively barred the government from enforcing the disputed 1.5% housing levy.

Become the employer your staff love

How to become the employer your staff love Making employees happy might seem like an oversimplified way to deal with the complex issues modern organisations face, but as Ian McAlister, General Manager of CRS Technologies South Africa, points…
Workplace Skills Planning and Training

SA Workplace Skills Plan and Annual Training Report reminder

Only a few days remain until 30 April 2019 – the final date on which South African employers can submit their Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR) to their respective Skills Education Training Authority (SETA).