Employee Benefits & Medical Aid
Women leaving the workforce after maternity leave is a growing concern globally, with research conducted by KPMG revealing that it costs global businesses $47 billion every year* to recruit and train new employees to replace women who do not
Department of Labour Acting Compensation Commissioner Vuyo Mafata issues warning about bogus company claiming to administer COIDA compensation fund.
According to a recent survey conducted by Accelir, the solution to the lack of employee engagement companies are currently experiencing is through improved rewards and recognition programmes.
Amid a climate of increasing economic pressure companies have had to become more pragmatic in their approach to the management of year-end bonuses.
Two tax Bills that will give employees some breathing space have been published for public comment.
Amid continued strike action affecting key sectors within South Africa, a discussion on reward management is appropriate and relevant to the current socio-economic climate.
The term “employee benefits” has recently assumed a new guise – an added dimension of which every employer and employee should keenly be aware. Traditionally, the term has been interpreted as the range of benefits deriving from pension and provident funds.
Real incentive to attend the South African Reward Association’s 2012 conference and pre-conference events Against the backdrop of heightened international scrutiny over credit management, monetary policy and boardroom incentive schemes, businesses are eyeing reward specialists
More and more companies are investing in total reward packages and mutually beneficial relationships with their staff, in the hope of increasing loyalty and productivity, and decreasing staff turnover.
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