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Human Resources (HR) and Skills Training is crucial within any organisation. The Human Resources Management (HRM) team is responsible for recruitment and management. They can also provide staff management in terms of administrative services, training and talent development as well as legal service management.

Business Essentials understands that there are numerous facets that make up the category of HR & Skills. In order to provide you with the most well-rounded and expansive network possible we have gathered reliable partners who offer their professional services and who can be accessed quickly and efficiently. This allows you to find insights into your HR & Skills queries with ease, offering you more time to focus on your core business, no matter what your field of expertise.

Our Human Resource & Skills Partners range from payroll companies to leadership and management institutes as well as training facilities and venues and legal institutions.


Bridgewater Learning

Damelin

Damelin

Diversity Intelligence Institute

Diversity Intelligence Institute

Dell SA

Dell SA

CS Interactive Training

CS Interactive Training

The Centre for Renewable and Sustainable Energy Studies

The Centre for Renewable and Sustainable Energy Studies

BIHRD Training & Consulting

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26Jun 2019

SA Businesses Have a Challenge Ahead of Them – Creating an Ethical Business Culture


By: Maurice Kerrigan Africa 0 Comment(s) HR ESSENTIALS

Recently, the results of the South African Business Ethics Survey for 2019 were released by The Ethics Institute (TEI) at an event at the Stellenbosch University Business School, and it certainly didn’t pull any punches. Revelations indicated a sentiment that many cynics would agree with – that the slick marketing of the business world often hides organisational cultures lacking in ethics, honesty and integrity. With the report finding that unethical behaviour (often witnessed directly by non-managerial employees) has increased to 31% from 18% in 2009, the report doesn’t portray a rosy picture of the SA business sector.

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