Quintica SA’s new CEO focuses on women empowerment
Finclusion Group buys stake in payroll software start-up HelloHR
The fintech firm acquires a strategic stake in the South African payroll software start-up, for an undisclosed amount.
Workforce mobility and end-user devices
Workforce mobility will become part of the standard operating procedure of organisations well into the future, says Ralph Berndt, sales and marketing director of Syrex.
LexisNexis CEO recognised in 9th Gender Mainstreaming Awards
Videsha Proothveerajh, CEO of LexisNexis SA, was named runner-up in the Inclusive Leader: Large National / Pan-African or Multinational Company category of the 9th Gender Mainstreaming Southern Africa Awards.
Worries over ICASA’s timing of B-BBEE requirements
Internet service providers suggest the April 2022 deadline does not give them enough time to establish effective agreements to implement transformation requirements.
iKhokha implements mental health break to give employees time to recharge
Rapidly-growing fintech and mobile payment provider iKhokha will this week implement a mental health break for all employees.
Avaya to demonstrate composable solutions enabling experiences that matter at GITEX 2021
Solutions on display will highlight the composability of the Avaya OneCloud platform and its ability to deliver 'total experiences' for customers and employees.
Digital nomads need digital policies for business continuity
Remote working has triggered a fundamental change in digital working and nomads now rule the workplace, says Nicol Myburgh, head: HCM Business Unit at CRS Technologies.
Tshwane to recruit over 5 000 using electronic lottery system
Through the use of technology, residents can trust the recruitment process is fair, with no corruption or nepotism, says executive mayor Randall Williams.
DVT looks to grow European footprint
Bespoke software house DVT is offering software development expertise to the skill-starved European markets.
BPO deal aims to create 900 new jobs in Durban
The contract to help service T-Mobile-owned firm Metro’s client base from SA will provide 900 call centre and supporting jobs in the city.
Marketing and COVID-19
Marketers have had to re-evaluate the way in which they engage with their internal audience – the company’s employees.