Best Practice In Recruitment

Everyone wants that dream employee (or wants to be the dream employee), you know, the one with an impressive combination of complex problem-solving capabilities, critical thinking, cognitive flexibility.

Apparently, companies are often struggling to find talent with good soft skills (communication, listening, empathy, etc.), and the rise of the smartphone is certainly not helping us cultivate communication and inter-personal skills. But not enough employers, or should I say HR professionals, are setting up their systems to attract, or develop and enable, that dream employee. Perhaps I digress. Or perhaps not.


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Let’s get the constitutional amendment right

Their concerns highlight the need for meaningful dialogue between government and relevant stakeholders to ensure the best interests of the country are served.This was in addition to other voices from opposition politicians and civil society organisations.The stance underscores the importance of citizen participation in the constitutional amendment process. The AFM rightly assert that such weighty matters demand thorough discussions to reflect the...

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