Posted on 14 June 2018
The National Qualifications Framework Amendment Bill has officially been tabled in parliament.
The proposed laws will empower the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to establish and maintain registers for professional designations, misrepresented qualifications and fraudulent qualifications – including a full evaluation of foreign qualifications.
The new bill also introduces a number of measures to deal with misrepresentation of qualifications – including consequences for persons who misrepresent their qualifications, or organisations that issue qualifications that are invalid.
According to the bill, any person who...
Posted on 08 June 2018
Original article copied from My Broadband - https://mybroadband.co.za/news...
Cloud computing is driving massive growth in IT, with IT job opportunities growing three-times faster than national job opportunities.
This is according to the IDC’s latest Economic Impact Model report “Economic impact of IT and Microsoft in South Africa”.
“IT spend is currently growing faster than the economy,” said Mark Walker, IDC associate vice president for sub-Saharan Africa, speaking at a media briefing in Johannesburg.
“On top of this, the IT workforce is...
Posted on 08 June 2018
Original article published by BusinessTech on 29th April 2018 - https://businesstech.co.za/new...
Our labour laws are constantly evolving as the South African government seeks to balance stronger protections for employees with the need to create a business-friendly investment climate.
This means that we can expect to see a number of amendments to the country’s core labour law acts – including the Basic Conditions of Employment Act and the Unemployment Insurance Act – over the next couple of years, says Rob Cooper, tax expert and...
Posted on 25 May 2018
Staff Writer 24 May 2018 (This article was copied from https://mybroadband.co.za/news and does NOT refer to the salaries on offer for the roles advertised on our website)
CareerJunction has released its latest salary review for South Africa.
The review covers the top 10 employment sectors in the country, and has been compiled using up-to-date salary information based on real-world offers.
It also includes regional differences in salaries for the covered employment sectors.
CareerJunction said the...
Posted on 19 April 2018
I regularly get asked by recent graduates how they can get jobs and experience. This is always a tough one for me because these young people have worked so hard to get where they are, some in situations and hardship that is hard to imagine.
I don’t have the answers for them but I DO try to keep their spirit and hope alive. The fact that there is still hope and their spirit hasn’t died yet, tells me that...
Posted on 04 January 2018
We all know someone who is looking for a job. Colleague / friend / family member. Now you can earn R5,000 for referring a candidate we successfully place!
Terms & Conditions;
We should not already be in talks with them regarding the role applied / referred for
*Successful placement means they successfully complete their probationary period
Payment will be made once the client has paid, and the candidate completes 90 days of successful service or sooner at the...
Posted on 20 August 2017
This article was found on LinkedIn. Written by Katie McConnell, CPA, PHR - Hiring & Consulting Practice Leader at CliftonLarsonAllen
I get asked all the time about what a candidate can do to stand out. I get frequent requests to review resumes and provide input on how a candidate can make themselves stand out. So much emphasis is placed on a document that is reviewed for a total of maybe five minutes (three minutes by your typical recruiter and maybe...
Posted on 15 August 2017
Candidate exclusivity: Why it’s cool for candidates The candidate gets 100% of our attention. If we agree to work in partnership, we commit to finding appropriate interviews and will do so within an agreed time frame The candidate gets bespoke personalised service; Regular contact, access to exclusive jobs, real-time updates and ‘our after hours number’. The candidate does not have to ‘do the rounds’ of recruiters, wasting time visiting recruiters, taking time off work, being kept waiting etc. etc...
Posted on 02 August 2017
In the last few months’ things have changed. Please help me figure it out.
I mail people (yes, I bulk mail these) but all the recipients have been vetted, so the mail IS relevant. I mail because I think calling is intrusive. Is it?
Some respond politely and some not so politely (Those not so polite are removed from future mailings. Would not want to associate myself with people who don’t have manners). Some don’t respond at all. That I can live with. Life is busy and...