Protect whistle-blowers: they are your business future

Stepping up and blowing the whistle on a corporate issue, ethics or concerning behaviour is a brave, bold move for any employee to take. It requires that someone invests their future into the courage of their convictions, taking the risk that they may face harassment...

What emigrating taxpayers need to know in 2021

South Africans emigrating to greener pastures may be prevented from leaving the country – or worse – if their application for tax clearance is denied by SARS. By Jean du Toit, head of tax technical, and Reabetswe Moloi, admitted attorney at Tax Consulting...

Defining and treating functional alcohol abuse

While most people have likely heard the term ‘functional alcoholic’, Thembekile Msane from the South African National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SANCA) says the term is not used in a clinical sense when describing Alcohol Use Disorder....

Shape corporate culture for the new world of work

Will people return to the office when it’s safe to do so? Since the start of the pandemic last year, organisations and employees across the world have embraced remote work like never before. By Genevieve Koolen, human resources director at SAP Africa Office...

The new working reality

We are past one-year anniversary of one of the biggest corporate shifts in recent history – the mass move to work from home strategies by companies all over the world as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. By Richard Firth, CEO of MIP Holdings This corporate...