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Know Your Rights: Parental Leave

Know Your Rights: Parental Leave What the Law says: Section 25A of The Basic Conditions of Employment Act No.75 of 1997, as amended in 2020 is part of the new amendment, and states:   Parental Leave (1)  An employee, who is a parent of a...

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Tammi- Junior Accountant- R12 000

Tammi completed her Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting with a merit certificate in HR Management and went on to complete her SAICA articles with a well-respected Durban Accounting firm in 2018.  For the past 5 years, she has been working...

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Neil- IT Technician/ Business Analyst- R12-15000

Neil completed his Bachelor of Science in Information Technology full-time in 2022, achieving numerous distinctions throughout his degree.  After battling to secure a permanent position at the beginning of this year, he further studied his CompTIA A+ Certification.  For the...

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Andile – Millwright – R22-25 000

Andile has his N1 and N2 (Electrical), N2 (Toolmaker) and is a Trade Tested Millwright since 2013. He has 10 years of experience as a Millwright for a well-known manufacturing company. He is responsible for repairing production machinery, implementing maintenance...

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Penny- Office Administration- R6500

Penny is an exceptionally well spoken and well presented young candidate who would be well suited to a front line reception or administration position.  She has a National Diploma in Travel & Tourism, but has always worked in front office...

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Counter offers- why they never work.
The Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Not Accept a Counter-Offer

The Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Not Accept a Counter-Offer   A Counter Offer is when your current employer responds to an offer from a potential new employer(or your resignation), with a different proposition.  Counter Offers generally look attractive for a variety...

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Know Your Rights: Family Responsibility Leave

Know Your Rights: Family Responsibility Leave What the Law says: Section 27 of The Basic Conditions of Employment Act No.75 of 1997, as amended in 2020, states:   Family Responsibility Leave (1)  This section applies to an employee—     (a) who has been in employment...

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