Are you managing your people correctly? If you aren't you could be losing your best people.
Inspired teams need less management and achieve better results. Follow these steps to building your own team.
Here are the three types of personalities you definitely want in your company and the questions to ask in the interview to gauge whether the prospective candidate possesses the qualities you’re after.
Think: Communication, trust and company culture as three keys to building your team.
There’s a strong relationship between an employee’s health and wellbeing and their performance at work.
Global research study reveals 90% of organisations cite malicious insiders as a major threat to their cyber safety.
Build a winning culture by challenging you team and providing constant feedback.
Understand yourself better to become more effective at working with others.
In essence, anything that allows a person to identify a distinction or difference can become a potential source of conflict.
Take time to help employees realise getting fired isn't the end of the world.
Online timekeeping systems have evolved. The cutting edge technology is more accurate and more secure than any system before it. Read on, to see where your outdated timekeeping system could be costing you money.
Invest in employee relations to maximise client satisfaction.
Wondering why employees and management are constantly at loggerheads in your organisation? It may be because you’re promoting the wrong people.
When it comes to company culture there is no point in crying over spilt milk.
Sandra Swanepoel, Managing Director of Sage HR & Payroll, on golden principles for people management in a small business.
Madelein van der Watt, Development Manager at Sage Pastel Payroll & HR, offers a simple guide to labour law for the SME.
Skills development has become an absolute priority for companies in South Africa.
Employers who illustrate to their staff that they care about their futures by providing them with a retirement savings solution, along with investor education, are likely to see increased employee engagement.
Strong leaders thrive when their top people challenge assumptions and ask the uncomfortable questions.
The benefits of incentives in terms of ROI, as proven, are varied and many, which in turn has a tremendously positive impact on the bottom line.