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  • Oops... You promoted the wrong guy! Now what?
  • Peter has been your star employee for years. He's reached his targets and been a great benefit to your company. So you promoted him. You gave him more responsibility, and even some other employees to manage. He seemed like the perfect choice for the promotion. But now he's just not cutting it. He's not meeting his deadlines and his overall performance has taken a radical nose dive! You've tr... ››› more
  • [10 March 2017]
  • Five questions you should never ask during an interview
  • I'm sure you know by now that the law doesn't allow any discrimination against an employee or job applicant (Employment Equity Act). So when you plan your interviews with job applicants, protect yourself and your company by making sure you avoid questions that may be discriminatory. Because if you're found guilty of discrimination, you could get a penalty of up to 10% of your business turnover.... ››› more
  • [02 March 2017]
  • Employment Equity Act change: What does 'EE steps and measures' mean?
  • The Employment Equity Act amendments are still causing quite a lot of concern for employers. The provisions mean you'll now have to increase your efforts to not only get more diversity into your organisation, but also actively eliminate unfair discrimination in all areas of work. On top of this, you also have to thrash out exactly how you plan to do it. Then add that level of detail to your ... ››› more
  • [27 January 2017]
  • Don't hire the wrong employee
  • I'm sure you know the best potential employees prepare for an interview. They study, they research and they rehearse. They think about what they can say to make you hire them over anyone else. But what about you? Do you make sure you're prepared to ask the right questions? Do you get the right information from the candidate to make sure he can do the job? If not, you could be hiring the wr... ››› more
  • [09 January 2017]
  • Do you ask all candidates to show you a copy of their previous payslip? Is this legal?
  • We all do it... We ask to see a potential employee's payslip. But this practice can quickly sour the recruitment process if you ask to see salary payment information at the offering stage. Why? Well, because employees often feel you should pay them what they're worth - and not based on their previous earnings. Keep reading to find out what a study revealed... ***** Need to recruit ... ››› more
  • [03 January 2017]
  • Have you claimed this incentive yet? You only have until 31 December 2016 to do so
  • Do you have employees between the ages of 18 and 29 years old? Do they earn less than R6 000 per month? You can benefit from the Employment Tax Incentive. This incentive is only available until 31 December 2016. So if you don't act now and claim these incentive amounts from PAYE as at 31 December 2016 you might end up losing them! Read on to see how you can claim from this incentive. **... ››› more
  • [28 November 2016]
  • Legal advice when making business investments
  • While small businesses will often have a great or innovative product, determination and a desire to succeed, there is commonly a need for start-up companies to seek external help. There are many important areas of business where a company will benefit from outside support and this is particularly true when it comes to legal issues. There are many areas where a small or emerging company requires le... ››› more
  • [03 November 2016]
  • Three golden rules to help you write 100% legally compliant HR policies and procedures
  • Having all your HR policies and procedures in place is one of the best things you can do for your business. The reason? They'll help you deal with disciplinary and performance issues as well as employee grievances. This means you'll always act in a fair manner. And avoid the risk of disputes and landing up at the CCMA for unfair labour practices. But you can only reap these benefits if yo... ››› more
  • [02 November 2016]
  • Five areas to tread carefully when you're hiring to avoid a CCMA case
  • Getting the right people on board in your business is very important. Especially since it isn't always that easy to dismiss people once you've hired them! You can use application for employment forms to ask applicants a range of questions to help you when you're recruiting. But you have to make sure you can legally ask the questions... Because an employee can take you to the CCMA for unfair discri... ››› more
  • [31 October 2016]
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