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{pp}But SA graduates are less fussy than their global peersBy Liza van WykWhile 61% of employers worldwide say they have challenges recruiting and keeping young employees, new research shows that the young, far from being the self-centred job-hoppers employers depict them as, are idealists who want ethical employers.In a key…
{pp}Insurers are warning consumers of the pitfalls of cashing in insurance policies early or defaulting on payments as the debt-crisis sees more consumers default on insurance. Andre Snyman, CEO of Consumer Assist, South Africa’s largest debt counselling organisation who has worked as an insurance broker says, “We are seeing more…
{pp}Study after study shows that failures in social skills such as assertiveness and confidence lose graduates jobs. At present skills poor South Africa has 200 000 unemployed graduates, according to StatsSA and state utility Shosholoza Meyl reports that they are hiring women graduates as cleaners. The University of Cape Town’s…
{pp}Why a return to good newsletters is essential in today’s increasingly critical world.Reputation management is becoming a multi-billion euro industry as environmental concerns raise the temperature on ethics and the internet snoops into every cranny of a public individual or corporates life. It’s an industry that although politicians are aware…
{pp}Major training organisation urges more careful thought in selecting courses - By Liza van WykSouth Africa ranks at the bottom of many rankings for skills training – and many businesses, despite having big budgets for training take too little care in choosing the right course.“A company that chooses with care…
{pp}Major debt counselling organisation Consumer Assist warns that part of the problem is uninformed court officials & stats back that confusion and fraud around garnishee orders from South African courts is seeing around 20% of employees in South Africa crippled by often fraudulent demands for payment being taken off their…
{pp}More than 100 000 jobs were quietly shed before last year ended and the retrenchment barometer will go much higher this year. According to Statistics South Africa, South Africa's unemployment rate rose to 23.5 percent in the first quarter of 2009 from 21.9 percent in the previous three months.“South Africa…
{pp}Financial difficulties placing significant stresses on families as debt-burden increases.South Africa’s debt counsellors are increasingly referring couples to marriage counselling too, as high debt burdens lead to couples fighting and divorcing.“We have wives asking that we don’t tell their husbands how badly in debt they are, or vice versa. We…
{pp}Developing countries could face a financing gap of $270-billion to $700-billion this year as trade income dwindles and rich nations vie for capital the World Bank said in a paper produced for the meeting of G20 nations in London in April. South Africa could be hard hit as it sees…
{pp}South Africa’s largest debt counselling organisation has a range of mostly free solutions to help SA’s 6 million seriously indebted people
{pp}South Africa’s top debt counsellor organisation gives advice on cutting back on debt
{pp}50-million people globally will lose jobs this year - 200 000 could be retrenched in SA – but job-cuts could impede economic recovery

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