22nd Nov 2016

Compensation is not clear

SOUTH Africa has developed a strong corporate governance compliance regime, but like so many other areas of our society, it is better in theory than […]
22nd Nov 2016

Interpreting (and Managing) the Wag Gap in SA Today

Synopsis: We explain the phenomenon of ‘the wage gap’ in SA with reference to four factors which are influencing it; then, we advance four suggested […]
22nd Nov 2016

The Wage Gap – South Africa’s Emotive Issue

The wage gap – broadly defined as the differential between executive earnings and earnings at the lowest levels in organisations – has become a highly […]
22nd Nov 2016

Measuring productivity enhancement to add shareholder value

Productivity enhancement – the key to survival? The need to study productivity We argue that it is the HR executive in an organization that should […]
22nd Nov 2016

SA experts split over CE pay

CORPORATE governance experts are divided on whether controversial US proposals to disclose how much more their CE’s are paid than rank-andfile workers should find application in […]
22nd Nov 2016

Listed companies grapple with integrated reporting rules

LISTED companies are under pressure to look beyond profit to meet the demands of their stakeholders, but performance is mixed and it is difficult to distinguish […]
22nd Nov 2016

Expect slightly lower increases – survey

Reward Consultants Employees in clearing and forwarding sector can expect slightly lower increases in the year ahead based on the findings of the latest remuneration […]
22nd Nov 2016

Strikers are relatively well-paid

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