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Hiring in Africa

Global multinationals seeking to invest in Africa are no longer automatically opting for South Africa first before spreading their wings to the rest of the continent, but are instead increasingly setting up shop directly in the market they wish to enter.

Jack Hammer CEO, Debbie Goodman-Bhyat, gave some more insight to this in a recent interview with eNCA.

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NPOs: How to hire in Africa

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NPO Pre-Hire Checklist

An essential list of dos and don’ts to ensure a successful hire for your NPO in Africa.
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April 202

It’s been over a year of Zoom calls and we’re no longer smiling indulgently at the dog barking in the background. If the office is your preferred space to work, you may indeed be in luck, as it seems that globally, some form of ‘hybrid’ workplace scenario is already upon us. But before you head back, we offer some key considerations for leaders to ponder.


March 2021

It’s March 2021, and the ‘anniversary’ of living and working in a (mostly) virtual world. If you haven’t gone stir crazy yet, not to worry – there’s still time! Despite hybrid work models popping up, we’re likely to be running a WFH marathon for some time. Here are the key themes that need close attention.


January 2021

What is unique about 2021 is that, regardless of what transpired in the past year, what 2021 requires from us is a review of all the measures related to tracking leadership performance, a testing of old assumptions, and hopes for some real care and empathy to be applied to the ongoing severe strain that many are still experiencing.

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