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Be careful – you can get fired for a WhatsApp conversation Think the chat you’ve had with a group of colleagues is a secret and won’t cost you your job and reputation? Think again…  Nobody could have predicted that the arrival of social media on the business and social scene more than ten years ago...

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Looking at how to onboard and recruit during a pandemic Social distancing, remote working, video conferencing and limited interaction are taking their toll on corporate recruitment  People. They are the organisation’s most important resource. The right people will drive the energy of the company, help build and maintain a positive culture, and ignite intrapreneurship and...

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Working towards a more gender-friendly workplace International Women’s Day (8 March) highlighted the importance of gender equality while celebrating the efforts by women and girls in shaping a more equal future. But more than that, Nicol Myburgh, Head: HCM Business Unit at CRS Technologies, believes it has also put the focus on companies, their treatment...

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No convenient way to address gender classification in the modern workplace Gender classification in the modern workplace is not an easy situation and there are no convenient ways to address questions or concerns. According to Nicol Myburgh, Head: HCM Business Unit at CRS Technologies, the only relevant aspects should centre on how an employee identifies...

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Offering employees unlimited leave Think that offering your employees unlimited leave is a terrible idea? Think again…  There is immense risk attached to the idea of offering your employees unlimited leave, particularly in a country like South Africa. Here, leave is a legislated and regulated minimum that cannot be lost, so offering unlimited leave can...

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Assisting transitioning employees from a workplace perspective Managing gender transition in the workplace is one of the most challenging human resources issues companies are faced with. It does not matter that the South African constitution is regarded as one of the most progressive in the world, LGBTQI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, questioning and intersex) employees still...

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Adapting to the challenges of gender classification in the workplace Gender classification in the workplace has evolved beyond traditional concepts of male and female employees. The implications for organisations, regardless of size or industry sector, if they knowingly (or even unknowingly) discriminate against any employee based on their gender can be significant. Nicol Myburgh, Head:...

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A limited duration contract must be carefully managed Limited duration contracts have to be carefully managed to ensure they obey the letter of the current law There is immense value in being able to hire people on fixed-term employment contracts. They can help fill a maternity leave hole, provide additional support during busy periods, or...

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