Employee Management

Tips for performance appraisal, providing employee feedback, retaining your top employees, setting goals for employees, delegating, outsourcing, and more.

6 reasons why you should train your staff

Should you only hire people who already have the skills and qualifications needed for the job or should you be investing in the staff you do have?
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Authentic Leadership

Leadership that moves us towards making real, person to person connection is what we should be aiming for.
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Department of Labour

Govt department dealing with labour/employment issues
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Give Constructive Feedback

Some employers find it difficult to provide job performance feedback. Find practical tips here to prepare and manage the conversation effectively.
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How to Create an Effective Employee Handbook

Create an employee handbook to cut down on misunderstandings. Your staff will be clear on what the policies are and what to consult if they have a question.
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How to Run a Formal Meeting

Need help organizing a formal business meeting? Set objectives, assemble attendees, create an agenda, maintain control and follow up. Voila!
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Letter of warning

This document can be used as a formal letter of warning or final warning for an employee who is not performing or is guilty of misconduct.

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Managing debt in the workplace

Download the presentation presented at a workshop held in Johannesburg for SME Toolkit members on Managing employee debt
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Receiving Feedback from Employees

Employee morale problems can be the result of many workplace problems. Use the script attached to conduct job satisfaction reviews with your employees.
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Resignation in the face of discipline

It is not uncommon for an employee to resign in the face of a disciplinary hearing. But what if the employee does not resign – may the employer offer resignatio
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Services Sector Education and Training Authority - Services SETA

Services Sector Education and Training Authorities have been established to ensure that the skill needs for every sector of the South African economy are identified and that training is available to provide for these skill needs.
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