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Natasha Meintjies

Natasha Meintjies

    Rating the employee fairly and effectively
    Rating the employee fairly and effectively
    Although measuring employees’ performances is seen as a soft skill, there are tools available to human resources practitioners that can remove as...
    Employees, advance your careers
    Employees, advance your careers
    A nurturing environment is key to developing staff and growing their careers, writes Sameera Mohamed, human resources manager at the South...
    Spotlight falls on auditors' role
    Spotlight falls on auditors' role
    African Bank’s recent colossal collapse and JD Group’s mammoth increase in provisions for bad debt have raised questions about why issues were...
    Bill's delay leaves partners at risk
    Bill's delay leaves partners at risk
    When the boyfriend of Dolly Hendricks* booted her out of the house, allowing her to take away only a small suitcase of clothing, she wasn’t too...
    Bill's delay leaves partners at risk
    Bill's delay leaves partners at risk
    When the boyfriend of Dolly Hendricks* booted her out of the house, allowing her to take away only a small suitcase of clothing, she wasn’t too...
    The craft of tax avoidance
    The craft of tax avoidance
    There are suggestions in the pipeline to trim the amount of taxes companies can legally evade, but they are not going to aid developing countries...
    Every death is one too many
    Every death is one too many
    Pwc's latest report on the mining sector — SA Mine — notes that companies continue to focus priority attention on creating a safe...
    Where’s the money, honey?
    Where’s the money, honey?
    Franchising opportunities abound — with options for entrepreneurs available in sectors such as fast food, cellular outlets, automotive as...
    Rapid changes in SA's defence
    Rapid changes in SA's defence
    While state-owned defence dominator Denel goes through challenging times, the private defence manufacturing sector seems to be thriving, with...