Monthly Archives: October 2020

Employee Health and Wellbeing: A Strategic Priority for COVID-19 and Beyond

Employee health and wellbeing (HWB) is vital for a company to sustain itself during the lockdown. But making your employees’ HWB a strategic priority creates a competitive edge that will be crucial for success now and beyond COVID-19. Employee HWB … Continue reading

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Your SME and the Economy – Prepare for the Long Way Back

The South African economy could take as long as seven years to return to the size of R5.1 trillion it was at the end of 2019 before Covid-19 and the national lockdown. The most significant risk to the economic outlook … Continue reading

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How to Protect Yourself and Your Company after the Experian Data Leak

Less than two months after the commencement of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA), South Africa was affected by a massive data breach. Experian, a consumer, business and credit information services agency, said on 19 August that it had … Continue reading

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The Feasibility of a Freelancing Business in Uncertain Times

In the difficult and uncertain times in which we are encapsulated at present with the Covid-19 pandemic, one wonders what steps one can take to ensure one’s financial stability and growth over the medium term ahead, at least. Our economy, … Continue reading

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