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Expect average pay increases of 3% or less in 2018

2018-04-16 05:15

A one-size-fits-all approach in allocating increases doesn’t tend to be very motivating to employees, according to a report on best compensation practices.

Top 5 reasons for getting a raise - report

2018-04-13 20:26

There were five main reasons companies gave raises to employees in 2017, according an international payment survey in which SA companies took part.

Debate on labour broker, client responsibility heats up

2018-04-07 07:00

A legal expert questions the motive behind trade unions' resistance to labour brokers, notwithstanding ample protection against exploitation provided in legislation.

Signing of renewable deals in line with NDP – Parliament committees

2018-04-06 15:27

The signing of the 27 outstanding renewable energy projects shows commitment to the renewable energy plan and will provide diversity to the energy mix, says Parliament’s oversight committee.

Eskom rolls out plan to tackle bloated workforce

2018-04-03 07:10

After a decade of unprecedented growth in staff numbers, cash-strapped power utility Eskom is finally tackling the controversial issue of its headcount.

Nelson Mandela granddaughters launch crowdfunding effort for jobs and literacy

2018-03-30 08:25

The granddaughters of former president Nelson Mandela have launched the Mandela Centenary Relate bracelet, together with Relate Trust with a vision to raise R100m toward job creation and literacy.

SA wants more clarity before signing African free trade plan

2018-03-26 19:20

The SA government wants more clarity on details related to the African Continent Free Trade Area before joining the agreement, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.

Could that job you’re applying for be a scam?

2018-03-14 13:26

Desperately seeking employment? Before you submit your CV, make sure that what you’re applying for is legit.

US added 313 000 jobs in Feb as wage gains slow

2018-03-09 15:56

US employers have added the most workers since mid-2016 as labour-force participation swelled, while below-forecast wages suggest the pay gains that spooked markets aren’t yet taking hold.

 

DA calls for each sector to have its own minimum wage

2018-04-16 19:31

The Democratic Alliance says a one-size-fits-all approach to the implementation of a national minimum wage will lead to job losses.

The top 3 industries competing for employees

2018-04-14 10:45

Tech, real estate and manufacturing top the competitive list of industries vying for talent, according to the 2018 Compensation Best Practices Report by American company PayScale.

World Bank says SA could halve poverty by 2030

2018-04-11 13:06

The World Bank projects that by 2030 inequality in SA should be back down to its 1994 level, but the state could do more with the right interventions.

Eskom warns of fake jobs scam

2018-04-06 16:45

Eskom has warned the public about a potential recruitment scam that has been doing the rounds on social media.

South Africans' take-home pay declines - report

2018-04-05 21:00

Monthly take-home pay reflected a decline, while private pensions continued to outperform, shows the latest BankservAfrica monthly data.

Inside Labour: Labour turmoil and the 2019 elections

2018-03-30 21:00

The only question is whether labour moves at this time of ongoing job insecurity and economic difficulty will result in greater apathy or an outpouring of anger, says Terry Bell.

10 of the highest paying jobs in South Africa – and how to get one

2018-03-28 07:28

These were the best-paying jobs in 2018.

UK hourly labour costs grow at fastest pace in two years

2018-03-16 14:29

UK labour costs are rising at their fastest pace in more than two years, figures show.

Jobs boost show increased confidence in France

2018-03-13 11:30

French job numbers are looking up and Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire is delighted.

Michael Bloomberg tells SA: Inaction on inequality could lead to uprising

2018-03-08 10:56

Bloomberg told a Cape Town audience that if income inequality isn't earnestly addressed, the rich could face a revolt. 'If you don’t do something about it, they will set up the guillotines'.

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