What is HR?

What is HR?  What is the definition of Human Resource Management?  The birth of human resource management practices can probably be traced back to the industrial revolution.  Prior to that people had worked at home-based crafts, or as travelling craftsmen, or in agricultural.  The creation of work in factories meant that the relationship between management and employee needed to be managed, time-keeping records kept, and large payrolls had to be processed.

HR, payroll integration at the heart of business development

To grow a business and be successful, it is crucial that the HR and payroll administration disciplines are linked.

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Make your workforce management solution work for you

The ability to effectively manage labour and all the relevant data that goes into documenting employee activity is down to what solution a business has in place.

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Labour Relations Amendment Act: Bottom Line Impact for Employers

The Labour Relations Amendment Act 6 of 2014 has come into effect. It will significantly change the way South African employers do business with regards to employing people. The changes will push up costs of doing business with labour brokers.

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Labour unveils inaugural Employment Equity Awards

Department of Labour unveils inaugural of the Employment Equity (EE) Awards System to recognise employers embracing the spirit of Employment Equity In recognition of the employers that are doing their best in implementing the Empl

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Payroll efficiency:It’s all down to the solution

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The payroll discipline is a critical facet of any business operation. It can make or break a business and, as such, technology is designed to help users gain full control over resources and instil efficiency.

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The Labour Relations Amendment Act 6 of 2014

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It is anticipated that the Amendment Act will come into operation on 1 January 2015.

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Labour relations amendment bill

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A Notice was published in the Government Gazette that the Democratic Alliance (DA) shadow Minister of Labour will table a Private Member’s Bill relating to the amendment of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 (as amended) (the LRA

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A Tale of Two Entities in five parts - Part 5 Implications for Stakeholders

This article concludes the series entitled "A Tale of Two Entities in five parts", which commences with the presentations to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training of the South African Qualifications Authority and the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations. What are the implications for skills development stakeholders of the failure to speedily progress the development and updating of occupational qualifications?
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A Tale of Two Entities in five parts - Part 4 The QCTO Role

To provide context to the presentation on 17 October 2014 of the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training (PPCHET), it is necessary to understand the role and context of the QCTO, and how the development and format of occupational qualifications has been changing.
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A Tale of Two Entities in five parts - Part 3 The SAQA Presentation

This report forms part 3 of a report entitled: A Tale of Two Entities in five parts, which introduces the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee process, describes the presentations of the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO), and the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training (PPCHET).
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