In general terms, HR (Human Resources) has not been seen as a department within an organisation where ‘fireworks’ normally happen.
Andrew Barnes has joined CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd (‘CGF’) as a Corporate Reputation specialist. As the owner of De Facto, Andrew has a wealth of experience in consumer markets and more recently in corporate business research.
Blue Label Engage specialises in the development and execution of a diverse range of customer engagement (membership and loyalty) programmes.
As a strategic partner of the 4th Annual Southern Africa Anti-Corruption Summit
, CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd (‘CGF’) is proud to be a part of this auspicious event; which is organised by C5, with support from its Lead Sponsor KPMG.
Over the last decade, CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd (‘CGF’) has steadily grown to become a well-established, leading governance authority in South Africa.
We are pleased to announce that Jenè Palmer has been appointed as a Lead Independent Consultant within CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd, and where the company is now able to offer professional Business Rescue and Turnaround services to its growing list of clients.
Compliance professionals are to be recognised and rewarded at the inaugural Southern Africa Compliance Awards, which will be taking place in Johannesburg on 19th November 2014, at La Toscana of Montecasino.
The Wot-if? TRUST is a registered trust that was established in 2013 to design, implement, manage, monitor and evaluate Socio-Economic (SED) and Enterprise Development (ED) initiatives and spend on behalf of its clients to maximize their B-BBEE (Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment) contributions.
Entries are now open for the prestigious annual Eco-Logic Awards, hosted by The Enviropaedia (in association with SABC3). The Awards acknowledge and support individuals and organisations making a real and measurable difference in creating a more eco-logical and sustainable world to live in.
Many South Africans have become more vocal about the problems of our country; and the debates about matters such as crime, corruption, unemployment and poor standards of education will no doubt continue for some time ahead.