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Doing Words: Issue 1

Doing Words: Issue 1

The launch issue of our email newsletter, doing words was sent out this week and very well received by our clients and business partners! If you would like to receive the next issue, click on the link below, navigate to the bottom of the web page and select ‘sign up’ to be added to the [...]

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Daily news: 1 May 2013 – Changes to labour law ‘causing confusion’

Daily news: 1 May 2013 – Changes to labour law ‘causing confusion’

Excerpt: …“The new amendments have created premature fear amongst the clients of Temporary Employment Services providers as well as immense confusion, with some clients being misinformed or misinterpreting the issues. This will have an effect on employees, our businesses and those of our clients,” shares Madayi… Download media clipping

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HR Future: 1 May 2013 – Labour legislation could lead to losses

HR Future: 1 May 2013 – Labour legislation could lead to losses

Excerpt: …“Already many in the Temporary Employment Services industry have seen clients terminating contracts after six months and reemploying someone new in that role, meaning that employees are being rolled over or rotated around. There are also reports that clients are abusing this system to get rid of an employee after six months if problems [...]

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Cape Times: 29 April 2013 – Changes to labour law ‘causing confusion’

Cape Times: 29 April 2013 – Changes to labour law ‘causing confusion’

Excerpt: … According to recent surveys and reports, South Africa has some 13 million employed people, with at least 1.2 million employed on a limited duration contract. An industry index released at the beginning of the year revealed that from 2000 to 2012, the number of permanent jobs declined by 1,9 million, whereas the number [...]

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iAfrica.com: 29 April 2013 – New labour laws will ruin SA

iAfrica.com: 29 April 2013 – New labour laws will ruin SA

Excerpt: …“It is my hope that by regulating the sector, staffing agencies will place greater emphasis on ensuring that their staff are adequately protected in the tri-party employment relationship. We are in business because of our temps and therefore we need to place great value on them as human beings and put people before profit,” [...]

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