Numsa blasts Greenpeace on renewable energy
The National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) has blasted environmental organisation Greenpeace over its position on renewable energy. News24 reports that this was after Greenpeace criticised a Numsa court application for an interdict, lodged to block the signing of ...
No let-up in mining sector jobs bloodbath
The jobs bloodbath in the mining sector is expected to worsen, instead of abating, as more mining companies opt for worker retrenchments as a measure to deal with economic constraints. The Citizen reports that unions, including trade union federation Cosatu ...
Bill to govern minimum wage expected in April
The national minimum wage is set to be implemented in just more than a month and the government hopes to have the Bill governing the policy enacted in April and the 13-member minimum wage commission that will monitor the policy’s ...
Eskom whistleblower suspended again
Four days after a CCMA ruling that stated Eskom must reinstate whistleblower and suspended head of legal, Suzanne Daniels, the power utility has levelled new charges against her, reports The Times. Daniels declined to comment when contacted‚ referring queries to ...
Numsa march to protest new labour laws
Amcu threatens interdict of Sibanye's Lonmin bid
Gauteng Health welcomes illegal strike order
New eThekwini draft Bill 'anti-Indian'
Deal ends water and sanitation worker strike
Road toll workers strike over wages
SAA CEO denies reports of potential job cuts
Potential Productivity SA job losses blamed on UIF collapse
Nehawu marches against corruption in North West
Campaign to unseat Gupta company business practitioners
Motsoeneng not qualified to hold top SABC position
Listeriosis impacting negatively on red meat industry
Important for managers to understand employees
Africa leads increase in employee engagement
Pay gap impacts on SA women's retirement plans
NMW 'part of a new national wage policy'
Neil Coleman, co-director of the newly-established Institute for Economic Justice and who was labour's lead negotiator between 2015 and 2017 at Nedlac on a national minimum wage (NMW), in a Daily Maverick interview, says of the NMW: ‘Fundamentally, the ...
Toolkit to help promote healthier staff
Business in the Community and Public Health England have published a toolkit to help employers encourage healthier eating and exercise habits among their staff, reports Personnel Today. The toolkit has reminded businesses that healthy staff can be more productive, take ...
International standard for safety published
The first international standard for occupational health and safety management has been published, in an effort to address the global need to improve the health and safety of workers. Personnel Today reports that the standard, ISO 45001, was developed by ...
Latest technology a key recruitment aid
More than half (53%) of candidates say that the standard of technology at a company is a key factor when deciding whether to accept a job, according to research by Laptops Direct, which surveyed 2 001 British adults. HR Magazine ...
Parental leave reform needed to close gender pay gap
Britain must radically reform parental leave to encourage more fathers to take time off work, or it will never get to grips with the gender pay gap, The Guardian reports an influential committee of MPs has recommended. Fathers should get ...
Top Nike execs resign over misconduct allegations
Employees want to 'align' with their employer
* Four toll booth operators have been injured in violent attacks at the Mvoti Toll Plaza in KwaDukuza, north of Durban. SA Transport and Allied Workers Union members also shut down several toll plazas between Mthunzini and Marianhill, as part of ...