Article by Terrance M. Booysen
In the context of corporate governance, much has been said and written about boardroom dysfunction and the impacts this can have on a company.
Advertorial by CGF Research Institute
Many experienced managers may find themselves in a ‘stale-mate’ situation and wonder what their next career move might be.
Article by Ian Young and Terrance M. Booysen
With only six out of 100 people in South Africa being able to retire comfortably, much can be said about the state of the local retirement industry.
Article by Dr Dicky Els and George Marx
The healthcare of South Africans in the workplace should be one of the top priorities of employers; but evidence across many industries reflects a dire situation which suggests employers do not have employee’s wellness top of mind.
Article by Terrance M. Booysen and reviewed by DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Attorneys
Few people will deny the fact that running a company, no matter its size, is not for the faint at heart.
By Terrance M. Booysen
Clearly this subject is a matter of grave concern for many South Africans, and a number of negative spin offs occur when people are left unemployed and cannot find decent employment.
Article by Dr Dicky Els and Terrance M. Booysen
Employee wellness and disease management issues and their effects on the workforce have become a global priority for most employers.
Advertorial issued by CGF Research Institute and Sentigol
After hearing President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation 2014 Address, many people have agreed that “South Africa is a better place for all to live in”, since the dark days of apartheid was dismantled in 1994.
Article issued by CGF Research Institute and DQS South Africa
There have been a number of high profile cases involving companies who have been accused of not implementing adequate measures to protect the information contained within their management systems.
Article by CGF Research, written by written by Melanie Bosman CA (SA)
Undoubtedly, the Audit Committee has become the most important statutory committee in an organisation, and arguably, many boards of directors may not have fully appreciated its function, nor its powers, including the importance it duly deserves.