SA businesses urged to prioritise facial recognition policies

Camera-based facial recognition is finding growing favour within corporate South Africa as a way to fairly and accurately manage employee attendance in the workplace. "For many of us, facial recognition is becoming our first exposure to the growing phenomenon of...

Collaboration key to achieving Africa’s economic potential

Extracting the true economic potential of Africa will depend on a true collaborative effort between business, government, communities and the people who inhabit this continent. "This is likely to be an unfamiliar role for many corporates, whether multinational or...

Succession planning critical to sustainability

Recent events in both the public and private sectors are again highlighting the key role that proper succession planning plays in supporting any organisation's sustainability, particularly when it comes to CEOs and governing-body chairs. Poor succession planning...

Temp workers still need to fight for permanancy

Despite the Constitutional Court ruling on Temporary Employment Services (TES) of placed workers being deemed employees of the client, employees should not have an automatic expectation of being transferred onto the books of the client. This is the word from Advocate...