IPM 60th Annual Convention & Exhibition – 13 – 16 November 2016

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IPM celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2015, and once again invites you to celebrate yet another landmark: IPM 60th Annual Convention & Exhibition.

Doing things slightly differently this year, IPM will stage the Annual Convention & Exhibition in the heart of Gauteng – at Emperor’s Palace – and invites you to join an illustrious panel of distinguished local and international speakers, guests, fellow HR Professionals, Business Leaders, Academics, Government Officials as well as ...

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Retaining The Talent – Personal & Professional Development

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Throughout our lives we are faced with countless challenging decisions, many that influence the pathways we take and where we land on the career ladder. As an employer, and employee, in South Africa we are prone to focus on monetary and tangible elements in our work environment – raises, benefits, travel distance to work, working hours and more, all of which are important to consider, of course. The South African employment market is currently experiencing an economic downturn ...

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The Thinker and the Feeler

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Understanding how your employees, team and project members think is one of the key success drivers of managing resources and creating a strong team that work efficiently together to achieve strategic objectives. It takes more than dolling out a couple of high-fives at a team building event to produce a well-oiled team. Clashing opinions and egos can spark off internal politics, create despondence and lower morale. Understanding how someone approaches their day-to-day tasks, communicates with others and deals ...

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New Financial Developments in the Pipeline after the Budget Speech

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1. Outward Remittances

The Government is well aware of how expensive it is to remit funds abroad from South Africa. In response, Treasury will conduct some reforms, to apply, which, together with more competition and exemptions in the Financial Intelligence Centre Act (2001), should hopefully reduce the compliance burden for low-risk remittances and bring lower charges.

2. Financial Surveillance Manual

The current Reserve Bank will publish a simplified financial surveillance manual on its website in ...

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