Newsletter • February 2014. view online
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Hello from our Director...

The new year is well under-way! We hope you have had a busy start on the business front and are planning great things for the coming months.

James Cash Penney, founder of JCPenney, said “Growth is never by mere chance; it is the result of forces working together." If you want to grow your business, you will need to plan ahead, especially when it comes to recruiting the right people to move your organisation forward. Successful recruitment is an art – in this month’s newsletter, we suggest some questions to help you conduct a great interview and ensure you hire the right person for the job.

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According to Stats SA, year-on-year employment in SA has increased by 653,000 from the fourth quarter in 2012 to the fourth quarter of 2013. But unemployment is still a grave concern...
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Hiring a new employee can be a taxing exercise – it requires money, time, and energy. While there are many ways to ‘test’ a new candidate (from CV screening to reference checks), one of the most important moments during the interview process is the interview. As an employer, this is your chance for a face-to-face conversation with a potential staff member.

Conducting a successful interview takes skill and experience. Preparation is also key to ensure an accurate picture of the individual you’re interviewing. Here are fivequestions to include in a first-time interview:
Is your vehicle legal?

Is your vehicle license disc up to date? To avoid penalties, you must renew your license on time.

  1. Visit your nearest registering authority that issues motor vehicle licences.
  2. Ensure you have the following documents: ID, motor vehicle licence renewal notice (MVL2) or, if you do not have the renewal notice, a completed Application for Licensing of Motor Vehicle (ALV). For a vehicle registered in a company's name, you will also need the company’s business certificate and a letter of proxy.
  3. 3. Cash for the licence fee (contact the authority for the fee payable on your model of vehicle).
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