Aggressive campaigns to recruit, hire, retain, and promote female talent is simply not enough. Both the private and public sector needs to commit and invest in learnerships, bursaries, skills development programmes and internships for women to help diversify their workplace. Not only is this good for business, improving productivity and innovation that in turn has a positive knock-on effect on their bottom line, but in doing so businesses can also benefit from several incentives like accessing available SETA grants and skills funding, tax rebates, as well as advancing their B-BBEE scorecard.
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Young people, students and professionals who have not yet learned to touch-type will do well to consider making this small learning investment that will reap benefits for life, an education expert says. Touch typing is a skill that allows you to type on a keyboard without looking at the keys, using all ten fingers […]
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