September 7, 2018

Intrapersonal skills as a proactive way to personal sustainability by Dr. Helena Lass

The very nature of our globally competitive world has seen the way we work, the organisations we work for, work relations and employment patterns completely transformed. […]
September 6, 2018

The 4th Industrial Revolution by Kgomotso Mopalami

There is a lot of panic and uncertainty about exactly what will the workplace look like as time goes on. I am thinking here about the […]
August 22, 2018

Should HR Become a Statutory Profession in South Africa? The Pros and Cons by Xolani Mawande

The Board of SABPP decided to formally reopen the debate on whether HR should become a statutory profession. A decision was taken to investigate the appetite […]
August 13, 2018

HR INTERNSHIP PROGRAMMES: A challenge with remuneration by Kgomotso Mopalami

Internship programmes are aimed at developing the “undergraduates” to gain relevant experience.  HR internship is pivotal in that the exposure that the incumbent receives is almost […]
August 10, 2018

WORKFORCE PLANNING: A Standard for Proliferating Organisations by Kgomotso Mopalami

At a broad level, workforce planning could be defined as a systematic identification and analysis of what an organisation is going to need in terms of […]
August 9, 2018


South Africa is yet to celebrate 9 August, as the National Women’s Day.  In fact, August is declared by the government as women’s month.  How the […]
August 8, 2018

Human hands might be replaceable, but human souls are not by Marc Rogatschnig

Why being human is the most important train in the 4th industrial revolution   Cape Town, 19 July 2018: Despite threats from robots and artificial intelligence, the […]
August 6, 2018

Competencies Expected from Knowledge Workers in the New Economy by Deseré Kokt

Introduction   It is an undisputed fact that we have moved into the so called ‘new economy’ where the mass production associated with the industrial age […]
August 2, 2018

Release of SABPP 2018 Women’s Report: Women blue-collar workers by Anita Bosch

As an underrepresented group in women’s workplace literature, blue-collar workers feature deservingly in this year’s SABPP women’s report.  Working in predominantly male-dominated jobs and industries, with […]