Around 85% of employers in South Africa say they expect to make no changes to their payrolls in 2020.
The latest data from the Department of Labour’s 19th Commission for Employment Equity Report.
Data from PWC’s latest report suggests corporate companies that effectively use their female talent are more likely to increase market share.
Unemployment in South Africa has risen to a decade-long high of the back off big decreases in the number of jobs in the mining and construction sectors.
South Africa has a jobs crisis, and only about three million people who are working, are in the informal sector.
The annual Manpower Group survey – the largest of its kind – was launched more than a decade ago to determine “what’s driving the skills gap and where the problem is the most acute.”
The Jobs Summit concluded with stakeholders feeling upbeat about the challenges they face ahead.
Gauteng has become the promised land for those seeking work
Almost everyone, at some point, has thought of their job as either the worst or the best; but whether or not you love or hate yours, there are a few that really do fit the bill.
No jokes folks; a new study ranks us among the world’s top 10 happiest countries in terms of our workforce.
According to a report by LinkedIn, South Africa is one of the top 10 countries in the world for skills migration, just one spot lower than Germany.
As the economy recovers, less stimulus will be needed by the federal government, which tends to increase credit jitters and cause brief fluctuations in the global markets.