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Madiba broke ranks when necessary

08-12-2016 Hits:17 Articles Ahmed Kathrada

Following the third anniversary of former President Nelson Mandela’s death, Ahmed Kathrada reflects on Madiba’s leadership lessons, and its relevance in today’s political climate. Over the last few months, I have...

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Regulations for the conduct of facilitat…

07-12-2016 Hits:38 Labour Relations Act Gary Watkins

LABOUR RELATIONS ACT, 1995 (ACT NO 66 OF 1995) SECTION 189A(6) REGULATIONS I, MEMBATHISI MPHUMZI SHEPHERD MDLADLANA, Minister of Labour, hereby, under section 189A(6) of the Labour Relations Act, 1995...

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Yahoo’s telework ban signals a return to…

07-12-2016 Hits:32 Articles David Lamond

Yahoo's telework ban signals a return to 'command and control' management David Lamond, Victoria University When I read last Friday that the CEO of Yahoo!, Marissa Mayer, was implementing a ban on...

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Could a robot do your job? Short answer:…

07-12-2016 Hits:29 Articles Toby Walsh

Could a robot do your job? Short answer: yes Toby Walsh, Data61 Here’s a game to play over dinner. One person names a profession that they believe can’t be taken over by...

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Diversity fatigue: why business still st…

07-12-2016 Hits:30 Articles Jennifer Whelan, Melbourne Business School

Diversity fatigue: why business still struggles to close the gender gap Jennifer Whelan, Melbourne Business School Many large organisations are now on their second or third wave of diversity and inclusion programs...

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Economic exclusion feeds the politics of…

07-12-2016 Hits:33 Articles Steven Friedman

Economic exclusion feeds the politics of patronage in South Africa Steven Friedman, University of Johannesburg The politics of South Africa’s governing African National Congress (ANC) may be hogging today’s headlines, but they...

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