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Zwandi N
6 months ago
Alcohol addiction or alcoholism in the workplace: Misconduct or Incapacity? Employees might be dismissed in the event that they devour alcohol or opiates medications to the point that they are delivered unsuitable to play out their obligations. There may notwithstanding, be a slim partitioning line that is regularly obscured between cases in which alcohol or medication misuse may appropriately be treated as unfortunate behaviour and those in which it ought to be treated as a type of incapacity. As indicated by the code of Good Practice, a dismissal for incapacity may require guiding in the form of counselling and restoration as in the form of rehabilitation. Rehabilitative advances need not be embraced at the business' cost except if the arrangement is made for them in a clinical or medical scheme plan. Alcohol abuse is a type of incapacity and should be treated all things considered, as opposed to as misconduct. The condition of being 'affected by alcohol' exists when a worker is not, at this point ready to play out the undertakings with the expertise expected of a calm individual. Where a standard obliges an employee to take an alcohol test or leave the premises, the refusal to do so will comprise net rebellion supporting a dismissal. In the event that the business' disciplinary code and strategy accommodate a specific methodology, it will, by and large, be considered uncalled for to follow an alternate methodology without genuine validation. The inability to sensibly accommodate an employee with an alcohol problem preceding dismissal may deliver the dismissal unfair. Where an employee with an alcohol problem declines to co-operate and the business has found a way all sensible ways to help the employee, dismissal for misconduct, as opposed to incapacity, is advocated.
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Saras M
7 months ago
Business Coaching Opportunity to leverage Languaging to derive meaning and listening
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Gestaldt C
7 months ago
Drawing on our deep knowledge of organisational dynamics and expertise in complex problem-solving and sustainable solutions, we support the public and private sectors in a variety of specialist areas -https://www.gestaldt.com/what-we-do-gestaldt-business-consultants.html
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Yolelwa S
7 months ago
Why are contracts important ?
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Dikgang Katlego M
7 months ago
Always In Your Business is a business consultancy firm. We specialize in assisting small business and start-ups with specialized sales and marketing skills. The business was founded in 2020 by Katlego Makete as a result of the devastating impact on business as a result of the pandemic and resultant lock-down. We aim to assist small and emerging business by providing our 13 years of experience in the sales and marketing field.
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CathyO
7 months ago
It's all very well to come up with a bright idea for a product or service, the practical issues are quickly taken care of with a spurt of energy and enthusiasm, but is that all there is to business success, and if it is then why do so few businesses survive beyond 36 months. Let's examine an example for simplicity; You're on a camping trip and you run out of dish liquid, you remember having read about a plant that can be used as a substitute and, as luck would have it, you find some close to your campsite. A brainwave hits you and once your holiday is over, you fill your trailer with the resource and head home, where you test and try the idea you have in mind and whalla! It works, you're home free and know you're about to hit the big time! Thing is, you need time and money to set everything up and these are the two resources you don't have much of. You decide to approach your bank to sort the financial issue. They ask for a business plan and tell you to download their blueprint from their website... Unless you're an MBA, marketing or accounting graduate, this is where the fun begins. The simple truth is that every business should have a plan, regardless of its size, why? Because you wouldn't create your dish liquid without a recipe, and that's one product, what makes you think you can create a sustainable business without a plan? There are so many aspects to running a business and if you don't want to hobble along with a lop-sided affair, it's a good idea to be clear about what kind of business you actually do want. But creating a business plan can become a complicated assignment if you don't understand how to keep it simple and to the point. This is where your business coach features. A respectable business coach will guide you through the steps one at a time so you don't spend hours, upon hours trying to figure out what is meant by certain terms, doing unnecessary research, working through endless calculations, and trying to envision some things that you've probably never heard of before. Your mentor should save you weeks, if not months of deliberation and confusion, and have you back to your bank in no time to submit your business plan and secure the financing you'll need to start your business, whether it be a side-hustle or start-up. The advantage of consulting a business coach is of course the clarity you gain the comfort enjoyed from their experience and insights, all of which will have an impact on the success of your enterprise.
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Velly B
7 months ago
What it’s like to be a South African entrepreneur My career in publishing began in 2006, as a sales consultant for Media24. South Africa’s leading media company with interests in digital media and services, newspapers, magazines, book publishing, print and distribution. It wasn’t anything I had studied towards, but it was my stepping stone into the world of publishing and in 2008 following my path into the digital sphere where I started as a Sales Executive at Mybroadband. I have always been curious, hungry for knowledge and the limitless bounds of the digital advertising world fascinated me. As my passion for digital advertising grew, I made the conscious decision to work for a variety of digital companies and publishers to learn more about the approach to all aspects of their businesses and quickly saw a gap in the South African market for a local advertising network. I started reading as many overseas articles as I could and that’s how my 5-year journey towards launching my own company, Adclick Africa, began. At the time, I had just gotten married and expecting our first child… It was a whirlwind! Launching a new business for the first time In just one year of starting out as a digital advertising agency, we acquired the SME South Africa publication and founded Africa’s first Premium Ad Network. Little did I know that by 2014 Adclick Africa would be the largest publisher network in Africa! My small team grew to three times its size. In 2015 we were the first to introduce video and rich media ad formats. A game-changer in a space where brands compete to capture the online audience. A year later we were doing it again, bringing groundbreaking data retargeting technology into the country. 2017, Adclick launched the largest Free Wi-Fi ad network in Africa. And we didn’t stop there, amidst COVID-19 times in Sept 2020 we brought a B2B service marketplace, Serv.co.za to life. Now, this isn’t a company sales pitch, but rather a tale of how always looking for the gaps to meet the needs of suppliers and consumers, while driving demand, was a winning formula to growing my very own SMME. I had to have patience while I learnt from experts around me. My journey could have been a lot quicker, with fewer costly mistakes, if I could have reached out to people who knew how to put together a concise business plan and help me execute it. The reason for walking you through my journey is, I had a vision... Despite the many challenges and learning curves from starting up companies or taking a chance on opportunities, I built a seven-figure turnover company. I know the struggles of any SMME in South Africa because I have been through it. You have an idea and launch yourself into it. You don’t realize the importance of having key measurements in place to obtain your goal. Sometimes you don’t have a set goal written down with the steps you need to take to obtain it. Or knowing the risks of hiring and growing too quickly. My journey could have been quicker if I had a network of experts around me. Networking with thought leaders to learn every aspect of business that you don’t necessarily know. A company is built with multiple experts and leaders for a reason. Each specialises in their field. The value lies in knowing how to collaborate with your teams and bringing in an outsiders’ perspective. That is why I am bringing one of the first virtual, on-demand business consulting platforms to South Africa. Startwise provides an online communication platform where SMME owners can connect with industry experts, taking their business to the next level and stimulating the economy once again.
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Carlos Batista
8 months ago
If your business does not have a strong effective digital footprint, then you could be missing out on new opportunities, leads, and clients. I can help you ensure your digital footprint spreads your brand, products, or services. Contact me on +27 82 219 4110 or carlos@businesscoachinghub.co.za and I will carry out your digital footprint audit report so you know what requires attention.
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